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H.D.S. Greenway

Iraq's insecure democracy

By H.D.S. Greenway
March 7, 2006

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MUCH OF the Bush administration's hopes for Iraq, and the transformative powers of democracy in the Middle East, lie in the ruins of the Askariya mosque's golden dome in the city of Samarra. For the bombing of the mosque exposed clearly what America wants so much to deny: that in the present climate of lawlessness there are ethnic and religious ... (Full article: 761 words)

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