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What to Do in Iraq: A Roundtable

Authors: Larry Diamond, James Dobbins, Chaim Kaufmann, Leslie H. Gelb, President Emeritus and Board Senior Fellow, and Stephen D. Biddle, Adjunct Senior Fellow for Defense Policy
July/August 2006
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Can anything -- international mediation, regional collaboration, decentralization, or constitutional negotiations -- save Iraq from a full-fledged civil war and the Bush administration from a foreign policy fiasco?

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