Post-invasion Iraq

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This is a topic, with start date May 1, 2003 and unknown end date.

Its theme(s) are Middle East, War.

Summary of positions for this topic[edit]

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No stated opinion

Coalition troops should pull out

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United States should negotiate with Iran

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Rethinking Iran by Samantha Power (Time, January 17, 2008) (view)

Iraq should be split up

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Iraq Study Group's recommendations should be followed

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United States should fight more ruthlessly

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Mook's Spooked by Ralph Peters (New York Post, February 15, 2007) (view)

United States should negotiate with Syria

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United States should increase troop levels

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Iraqi government should crack down on Shiite militias

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All items that address this topic (420 total)[edit]

Title Author Source Date
Must Iraq Stay Whole? Ralph Peters The Washington Post 2003-04-20
The Three-State Solution Leslie H. Gelb The New York Times 2003-11-25
Iraq: Three from one doesn't add up Nir Rosen Asia Times Online 2003-11-27
Why we must never abandon this historic struggle in Iraq Tony Blair The Observer 2004-04-11
Anti-war, Pro-democracy The Nation editorial board The Nation 2005-05-12
The ticking clock The Seattle Times editorial board The Seattle Times 2005-07-03
The price of occupation Tariq Ali The Guardian 2005-07-08
Why Iran Wants to Talk The Washington Post editorial board The Washington Post 2006-03-18
The fantasy is over, we must partition Iraq and get out now Simon Jenkins The Times 2006-05-21
Staying the wrong course in Iraq Max Boot Los Angeles Times 2006-06-28
Iraq’s salvation lies in letting it break apart Peter Galbraith The Sunday Times (UK) 2006-07-16
Back To Baghdad Ralph Peters New York Post 2006-07-28
Time to Talk Leslie H. Gelb The Wall Street Journal 2006-07-28
Time for Plan B Thomas Friedman The New York Times 2006-08-04
The generals' worry The Boston Globe editorial board The Boston Globe 2006-08-05
Civil War? What Civil War? Richard Cohen The Washington Post 2006-08-08
Telling it right Cal Thomas The Washington Times 2006-08-09
The case for staying on The Economist editorial board The Economist 2006-08-10
Antiwar Wackadoos Are Winning Rosa Brooks Los Angeles Times 2006-08-11
It’s time for Bush and Blair to try plan B – the humility option Simon Jenkins The Times 2006-08-13
Bush's Vietnam? Rich Lowry National Review 2006-08-15
Meanwhile, in Baghdad The New York Times editorial board The New York Times 2006-08-16
When will Bush admit the obvious about Iraq? Steve Chapman Chicago Tribune 2006-08-20
Gone to pieces Peter Galbraith New York Daily News 2006-08-22
Are Bush's critics right? Tony Blankley The Washington Times 2006-08-23
Bush clings to a lost cause in Iraq Joan Vennochi The Boston Globe 2006-08-23
The Battle of Baghdad Zalmay Khalilzad The Wall Street Journal 2006-08-23
A Plan to Hold Iraq Together Joe Biden The Washington Post 2006-08-24
Break Up Iraq to Save It Michael O'Hanlon Los Angeles Times 2006-08-27
Breaking Up (a Country) Is Hard to Do Gary Bass The Washington Post 2006-08-27
Iraq: Still Worth Some Waiting David Ignatius The Washington Post 2006-08-27
What Iraq Needs Samir Sumaidaie New York Post 2006-08-28
Give voters a choice about war Helen Thomas Seattle Post-Intelligencer 2006-09-01
Iraq: A Civil War We Can Still Win Charles Krauthammer The Washington Post 2006-09-08
Support for Bush's war in Iraq is crumbling fast James Klurfeld Newsday 2006-09-08
Switch the fight to Afghanistan John Kerry New Hampshire Union Leader 2006-09-09
Reinforce Baghdad William Kristol Rich Lowry The Washington Post 2006-09-12
Send more troops: Iraq must be secured New Hampshire Union Leader editorial board New Hampshire Union Leader 2006-09-15
The Right Troops in the Right Places Seth Moulton The New York Times 2006-09-15
Are We Winning in Iraq? Mackubin Thomas Owens National Review 2006-09-19
Warm and fuzzy talk is a weak defense against terrorists Cal Thomas The Salt Lake Tribune 2006-09-19
More Troops Frederick W. Kagan William Kristol The Weekly Standard 2006-09-27
Majority of Iraqis Approve of Attacks on US Troops, Why Are We Still There? Arianna Huffington The Huffington Post 2006-09-28
The Grand Delusion David Brooks The New York Times 2006-09-28
Don't back down now Duncan Hunter The Washington Times 2006-10-02
More Troops, Please Pete Hegseth The Wall Street Journal 2006-10-03
Time for Action -- Not Rhetoric -- In Iraq John Murtha The Huffington Post 2006-10-06
One Iraq or three? Chicago Tribune editorial board Chicago Tribune 2006-10-08
Active Appeasement Michael Ledeen National Review 2006-10-09
No More Troops Ralph Peters New York Post 2006-10-10
Breaking Up Ain't Hard to Do Michael Young Reason 2006-10-12
Confessions of a 'Defeatocrat' John Murtha The Washington Post 2006-10-15
Running from Iraq Reuel Marc Gerecht The Weekly Standard 2006-10-16
Iraq Was a Worthy Mistake Jonah Goldberg Los Angeles Times 2006-10-19
Plan B Eliot A. Cohen The Wall Street Journal 2006-10-20
If we had known then... Jeff Jacoby The Boston Globe 2006-10-22
There are 300m Americans, but still not enough to rule the world Niall Ferguson The Daily Telegraph 2006-10-22
Yes, Iraq is deeply troubling, but let's not talk ourselves into defeat... Melanie Phillips Daily Mail 2006-10-23
Time for Bush to talk to Iran and Syria Simon Tisdall The Guardian 2006-10-25
Kill Muqtada Now Ralph Peters New York Post 2006-10-26
The Arithmetic of Failure Paul Krugman The New York Times 2006-10-27
Bush's refusal to see his war isn't working puts American security at risk Russ Feingold Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 2006-10-28
Partition Is Not the Solution . . . Rend al-Rahim The Washington Post 2006-10-29
The only solution left for Iraq: a five-way split Gareth Stansfield The Daily Telegraph 2006-10-29
Partitioning Iraq Juan Cole Salon.com 2006-10-30
Iraq's New Secret Police Ralph Peters New York Post 2006-11-01
Last gasps in Iraq Ralph Peters USA Today 2006-11-02
From Suez to Iraq: how to weaken the will of the West Charles Moore The Daily Telegraph 2006-11-04
No Third Way in Iraq Frederick W. Kagan The Weekly Standard 2006-11-04
Against Half-Measures Rich Lowry National Review 2006-11-07
Support the troops: See the mission through New Hampshire Union Leader editorial board New Hampshire Union Leader 2006-11-07
Abandoning Iraq David Warren Ottawa Citizen 2006-11-08
Many dead ends in Iraq Max Boot Los Angeles Times 2006-11-08
Tolerable or Awful: The Roads Left in Iraq Thomas Friedman The New York Times 2006-11-08
Time to talk to the bad guys Anatol Lieven International Herald Tribune 2006-11-09
America and Britain should quit Iraq as soon as possible Norman Lamont The Daily Telegraph 2006-11-10
Bush must call for reinforcements in Iraq Robert Kagan William Kristol Financial Times 2006-11-12
Iraq: A Mess, But So What? Adam Brodsky New York Post 2006-11-12
U.S. must prove it's a staying power Mark Steyn Chicago Sun-Times 2006-11-12
Bush's Iraq Legacy Robert Kagan William Kristol The Weekly Standard 2006-11-13
Doubling Down in Iraq William J. Stuntz The Weekly Standard 2006-11-13
Arabian Nightmares Ralph Peters New York Post 2006-11-15
Dems jump gun on Iraq Michael Goodwin New York Daily News 2006-11-15
Iraq Mona Charen National Review 2006-11-17
Latest disastrous plan: More GIs to Iraq Andrew Greeley Chicago Sun-Times 2006-11-17
The Fighting Over the Fighting Victor Davis Hanson National Review 2006-11-17
Cut and Lose New York Post editorial board New York Post 2006-11-19
Direction? Out Seattle Post-Intelligencer editorial board Seattle Post-Intelligencer 2006-11-19
Quitting a worthy fight would be a great mistake Jules Crittenden Boston Herald 2006-11-19
Time for a Heavier Footprint Frederick W. Kagan William Kristol The Weekly Standard 2006-11-20
To the Brink Peter Beinart The New Republic 2006-11-20
Next move in Iraq? Wesley Clark USA Today 2006-11-21
The Only Real Option: Leave Iraq Now Eugene Robinson The Washington Post 2006-11-21
U.S. should lead Iraq summit Los Angeles Times editorial board Los Angeles Times 2006-11-21
War Has No 'Elegant Solutions' Amir Taheri New York Post 2006-11-21
Dealing From Weakness New York Post editorial board New York Post 2006-11-22
Making the last mistake in Iraq Tony Blankley The Washington Times 2006-11-22
Surrender as 'Realism' Robert Kagan William Kristol The Weekly Standard 2006-11-22
What kind of rogue-state dialogue? The Washington Times editorial board The Washington Times 2006-11-22
So how does 'engaging with Syria' look now? Michael Young The Times 2006-11-23

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