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The war as it has evolved badly serves U.S. interests. A well-planned disengagement will serve them much better by reducing military, economic, and political costs.
Barry R. Posen
Bad intelligence and the loss of public trust.
A grand new strategy for American foreign policy.
Stephen M. Walt
Why the insurgency won't go away.
Ahmed S. Hashim
On the history of America's would-be allies.
The dangerous mix of economic and military goals in Iraq.
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Martin O’Neill, Thad Williamson
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