The Iraq Study Group Report

The 10-member Iraq Study Group, led by former secretary of state James A. Baker III and former congressman Lee H. Hamilton (D-Ind.), released its report on Dec. 6, 2006, recommending "new and enhanced diplomatic and political efforts ... and a change in the primary mission of U.S. forces." Full Report: Text | Appendices | Excerpts

WASHINGTON AT WAR Inside the Iraq Study Group
Early on the morning of Nov. 13, 2006, members of the bipartisan Iraq Study Group gathered around a dark wooden conference table in the windowless Roosevelt Room of the White House.
 
VIDEO | Key Washington policymakers and journalists react to the release of the Iraq Study Group's report.
White House Isn't Backing Iraq Study Group Follow-Up (Post, July 12, 2007, Page A04)
 
House Votes to Revive Iraq Study Group (Post, June 22, 2007, Page A13)
 
Second Life for Study Group: Iraq Woes Lead To a Reappraisal (Post, May 21, 2007, Page A01)
 
Hawks Bolster Skeptical President: The Right Rages Over Group's Plan (Post, December 10, 2006, Page A03)
 
Iraq Strategy Review Focusing on Three Main Options (Post, December 9, 2006, Page A01)
 
Joint Chiefs Advise Change In War Strategy: Leaders Seek No Major Troop Increase, Urge Shift in Focus to Support of Iraqi Army (Post, December 14, 2006, Page A01)
 
No Rift With Administration, Baker and Hamilton Say (Post, December 11, 2006, Page A15)
 
Panel To Urge Pressure On Iraq: Study Group to Present Its Report to Bush Today (Post, December 6, 2006, Page A01)
 
THE VIEW FROM IRAQ: Threats Wrapped in Misunderstandings (Post, December 7, 2006, Page A01)
 
Report Asks a Lot of Iraqi Government (AP, December 7, 2006; 5:00 PM)
 
Iraq Panel Concerned Over Al-Sadr's Army (AP, December 7, 2006; 7:24 PM)
 
U.S. Urged to Engage Shiite Clerics (AP, December 8, 2006; 5:31 PM)
 
Iraq Plan Strives To Bridge Divide: In Middle Ground, Some See Best Hope As Others See Risks (Post, December 2, 2006, Page A01)
 
In Theater of War, It's Iraq Study Group's Turn to Take the Stage (By Dana Milbank, December 7, 2006, Page A02)
 
From Hundreds Of Sources, Panel Forged Consensus: Intense Talks Bridged Ideological Divide (Post, December 7, 2006, Page A26)
 
Study Group Supports Ordering Agency Workers to Iraq (By Stephen Barr, December 7, 2006, Page D04)
 
Footnote to History: Rituals Of Delivering the Iraq Report (Post, December 7, 2006, Page C01)
 
Iraq Panel to Urge Pullout Of Combat Troops by '08 (Post, December 1, 2006, Page A01)
 
Study Group to Call for Pullback: But Iraq Panel Has No Timetable (Post, November 30, 2006, Page A01)
 
Officials Expect No Big Changes, No Matter What Panel Advises (Post, December 2, 2006, Page A11)
 
Bush Calls Iraq Report One Among Many Ideas: Congress Seems Ready to Work With Findings (Post, December 6, 2006, Page A20)
 
The Story Behind The Iraq Study Group: How Va. Lawmaker Pushed for Panel (Post, November 21, 2006, Page A25)
 
Two Panels Urgently Seek Iraq Solutions: Time Dwindles for Baker, Administration Groups (Post, November 19, 2006, Page A22)
 
Bush Initiates Iraq Policy Review Separate From Baker Group's (Post, November 15, 2006, Page A16)
 
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Editorials & Opinion
The Study Group Reports: There's a one-year plan for Iraq with bipartisan support -- and no fallback if it doesn't work.
(Post, December 7, 2006; Page A30)

Go Long? Go Big? Go Back To Congress
(By Michael J. Glennon, December 7, 2006; Page A31)

Baker-Hamilton Does Its Job
(By David Ignatius, December 7, 2006; Page A31)

A Report Overtaken by Reality
(By George F. Will, December 7, 2006; Page A31)

A Fresh Old Hand: Robert Gates tries out a new strategy for a Bush Cabinet member: candor.
(Post, December 6, 2006; Page A24)
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