Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Iraq After the Surge II: The Need for a New Political Strategy

INTERNATIONAL CRISIS GROUP - report II, analyses reasons for the current deadlock and suggests a way forward, ... here
“For years, the U.S. pursued a lofty strategy – the spread of democracy; Iraq as a regional model – detached from any realistic tactics”, says Robert Malley, Crisis Group’s Middle East and North Africa Program Director. “And yet, with Washington having finally adopted a set of smart, pragmatic tactics, the risk today is that the U.S. finds itself devoid of any overarching strategy”.

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