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_creationDateDecember 11, 2008 3:36:09 PM
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AuthorSeumas Milne
SourceThe Guardian
DateDecember 11, 2008
URLhttp://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2008/dec/11/iraq-withdrawal-comment-debate
Quote"If British troops are indeed withdrawn from Iraq by next June, it will signal the end of the most shameful and disastrous episode in modern British history. Branded only last month by Lord Bingham, until recently Britain's most senior law lord, as a "serious violation of international law", the aggression against Iraq has not only devastated an entire country and left hundreds of thousands dead - it has also been a political and military humiliation for the invading powers."
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Britain leaves Iraq in shame. The US won't go so quietly by Seumas Milne (The Guardian, December 11, 2008) (view)

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TopicPost-invasion Iraq
Position_fragmentCoalition troops should pull out
PositionPost-invasion Iraq / Coalition troops should pull out
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Coalition troops should pull out

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