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The United States, Iraq, and the War on Terror

Author: Lee Kuan Yew, Senior Minister, Republic of Singapore
January/February 2007
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In spite of its diffculties in Iraq, the United States was not wrong to have removed Saddam Hussein. The outcome of the Iraqi enterprise will be crucial to the course of the "war on terror." And success is still possible -- if Washington takes a page out of its Cold War playbook.

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