Iraq’s salvation lies in letting it break apart

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Author(s) Peter Galbraith
Source The Sunday Times (UK)
Date July 16, 2006
Quotes-start.png "The country has broken up. The United States cannot put it back together again and cannot stop the civil war. The conventional wisdom holds that Iraq’s break-up would be destabilising and should be avoided at all costs. Looking at Iraq’s dismal history since Britain cobbled it together from three Ottoman provinces at the end of the first world war, it should be apparent that it is the effort to hold Iraq together that has been destabilising. " Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position Iraq should be split up on the topic Post-invasion Iraq.