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Iraq Study Group Report

Published December 6, 2006

This report offers seventy-nine proposals for the situation in Iraq. Although there is no explicit timetable, it calls for a short-term increase in US forces with a gradual decrease by early 2008. It recommends direct engagement with Iran and Syria, and renewed commitment to dealing with the Israel-Palestine issue.

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