The End of the Illusion

Ghosh, Aparisim; Donnelly, Sally B.; Duffy, Michael; Thompson, Mark; Ezzat, M.; MacLeod, Scott
October 2006
Time;10/30/2006, Vol. 168 Issue 18, p28
This article addresses the involvement of the United States military in Iraq. This issue has invoked outrage among the nation since the war's inception in 2003. Democrats, Republicans and citizens alike are divided over how to best handle the eventual withdrawal of troops. The article offers five points of advice for U.S. policy makers, including cleaning out rogues, deal with Al-Sadr, bring the Sunnis back, wake up the neighbors, and lastly, get though, then get out.


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