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Iraq

Negotiations on Iraq Security Agreement: Problems and Pitfalls

Press Release Washington, D.C. 26 November 2008
Iraq

NSN Daily Update: Bush Administration Appears to Be Moving Towards a Timeline. Why Won’t John McCain?

Report 8 August 2008
Reports out of Baghdad are that the Bush administration and the Iraqi Government are close to an agreement that would include a timetable for the withdrawal of American combat forces by the end of 2010. While close to the timetable proposed by Barack Obama, John McCain continues to cling to the idea of a permanent American presence in Iraq.
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Iraq

Bush Administration Likely To Adopt Timetable on Iraq in U.S.-Iraq Security Agreement

Report 31 July 2008
It appears increasingly clear that a status of forces agreement with Iraq will move toward policies long held by the Administration’s progressive critics. Specifically, the Administration has apparently acquiesced to the Iraqi government’s demand that a security agreement contain a flexible timetable for the withdrawal of US combat forces by 2010.
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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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