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_creationDateOctober 23, 2007 4:09:04 PM
_modificationDateOctober 26, 2007 6:21:20 PM
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AuthorPeter Galbraith
SourceThe New York Times
DateOctober 23, 2007
URLhttp://www.nytimes.com/2007/10/23/opinion/23galbraith.html
Quote"Iraq’s Kurdish leaders are willing to remain part of Iraq for the time being because Kurdistan already has all attributes of a state except international recognition. But over the long term, the former Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union are better analogies to Iraq than Bosnia. Democracy destroyed those states because, as in Iraq, there was never a shared national identity, and a substantial part of the population did not want to be part of the country."
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Make Walls, Not War by Peter Galbraith (The New York Times, October 23, 2007) (view)

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TopicPost-invasion Iraq
Position_fragmentIraq should be split up
PositionPost-invasion Iraq / Iraq should be split up
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Iraq should be split up

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