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After the fire : shaping the future U.S. relationship with Iraq

Author: John A Nagl; Brian M Burton; Center for a New American Security.
Publisher: Washington, DC : Center for a New American Security, 2009.
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It is time for America to take the long view. Neither Iraq nor America's stake in a stable, peaceful, secure Middle East will vanish when the last American combat brigade departs. U.S. policymakers must advance long-term, low-profile engagement that helps to resolve Iraq's internal challenges, strengthens its government and economic institutions, and integrates it as a constructive partner in the region. Though Iraq  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John A Nagl; Brian M Burton; Center for a New American Security.
OCLC Number: 398135362
Notes: June 2009.
Title from title screen (viewed June 13, 2009).
Description: 1 online resource (24 p.) : map.
Details: Mode of access: World Wide Web.; System requirements: Adobe Reader.
Contents: America's new paradigm in Iraq --
Challenges to Iraqi stability --
Shaping a future U.S.-Iraqi partnership : the regional perspective --
Beyond the transition : a Longe view of U.S. assistance to Iraq --
The challenge and the opportunity.
Responsibility: by John A. Nagl and Brian M. Burton.

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It is time for America to take the long view. Neither Iraq nor America's stake in a stable, peaceful, secure Middle East will vanish when the last American combat brigade departs. U.S. policymakers must advance long-term, low-profile engagement that helps to resolve Iraq's internal challenges, strengthens its government and economic institutions, and integrates it as a constructive partner in the region. Though Iraq still faces many significant challenges, America's willingness to try to impose solutions and Iraq's willingness to accept them has dwindled. This reality demands a new consideration of American objectives and a new approach to achieving them.

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