Editorials & Opinion
THE REPORT OF THE Iraq Study Group outlines a military strategy for Iraq that has already been embraced in large measure by the Iraqi government and U.S. military commanders, if not explicitly by President Bush. It foresees a year-long shift of U.S. forces from fighting insurgents and preventing sectarian war to advising and supporting an Iraqi army that would take responsibility for those missions. If all went well, most U.S. combat units would withdraw by early 2008, but a "robust" American force would stay on to guard against the collapse of the Iraqi government, to fight al-Qaeda and to deter intervention by Iraq's neighbors....
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 (December 6, 2006, Page A24)
A Study In Comity (By David S. Broder, December 6, 2006, Page A25)
The Price of Iran's Help (By David Ignatius, December 6, 2006, Page A25)
America's Moral Duty in Iraq (By George F. Will, December 4, 2006, Page A19)
Bush's Shrinking Options (By Robert D. Novak, December 4, 2006, Page A19)
And Now, Plan B (December 3, 2006, Page B06)
Kofi Annan's Legacy (By Jim Hoagland, December 3, 2006, Page B07)
Groping for the Exit (By David Ignatius, December 1, 2006, Page A29)
This Is Realism? (By Charles Krauthammer, December 1, 2006, Page A29)
There He Goes Again (By Eugene Robinson, December 1, 2006, Page A29)
The Only Real Option: Leave Iraq Now (By Eugene Robinson, November 21, 2006, Page A27)
The Iraq Study's Chances (Post, November 20, 2006, Page A16)
New Phase, New Test For Bush (By David S. Broder, November 19, 2006, Page B07)
Baker Ex Machina (By David Ignatius, November 15, 2006, Page A21)
A Consensus on Iraq (November 12, 2006, Page B06)
Right Vision, Wrong Policy -- and a Mideast Price to Pay (By Jim Hoagland, November 12, 2006, Page B07)

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