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MIT Center for International Studies: Will Any Iraq Regionalization Strategy Work?

Author: John Tirman
January 16, 2007

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John Tirman of the MIT Center for International Studies argues that a new engagement with the regional players in an effort end the Iraq war is inevitable. The idea of bringing in the neighbors to help stabilize and reduce the violence in Iraq is very attractive, and could contribute to a plausible exit strategy for the United States. The article discusses the merits of different versions of “regionalization”.

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