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Andrew J. Bacevich

The plan for what comes after Iraq

By Andrew J. Bacevich
February 24, 2008

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THE ISSUE that ought to occupy center stage in the 2008 presidential campaign is not US policy toward Iraq but US policy after Iraq. "After" in this context does not mean that Iraq is now receding in America's rearview mirror; the conflict there will continue for years to come. "After" means that, like it or not, dealing with the war's ... (Full article: 747 words)

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