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Iraq

Progressive Plan For Withdrawal From Iraq Is on Track

Report 29 June 2009
The scheduled withdrawal of U.S. forces from the Iraqi cities on Tuesday is a momentous signal of Iraqis’ willingness to step up and Americans’ willingness to step back – and the beginning of the realization of a plan that progressives promoted for years and President Obama carried with him to the White House.
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Iraq

President Dodges Responsibility on Iraq – As Spate of Violence Shows Many Challenges Ahead

Report 3 December 2008
This week has seen two contrary Iraq-related developments: a troubling spate of violence that has killed more than 50 Iraqis in bombings the last two days, and an attempt by President Bush to blame the intelligence community, members of Congress, world leaders and the previous administration, for the faulty intelligence presented to justify the war.
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Conservative National Security Deficit

Report 11 July 2008
Analysis of week's events and McCain's policy proposals suggest lack in understand "the nature" of the issues.
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Iraq

It’s Not in America's Interest to Rush an Agreement that Will Determine Its Long-Term Relationship with Iraq

Report 19 June 2008
The Bush Administration is currently negotiating two agreements with the Iraqi government that could shape the U.S. presence in Iraq for years to come. These negotiations are too important to be taking place in haste, with little transparency and no input from the U.S. Congress or the Iraqi Parliament.
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Iraq

Iraqi Politicians Push for Withdrawal

News The Washington Independent 6 June 2008