Geopolitical shifts from the Second Gulf WarQuicklink submitted by Michael Collins Permalink
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|This article is nearly perfect in analyzing the outcome of Iraq in all of it's ugliness. From the article: 'The Second Gulf War has left the U.S. in an increasingly uncomfortable and potentially agonizing strategic position between the democracy in Iraq, which it helped install, and the Gulf monarchies, which the U.S. has long aligned with, but which now seek to eradicate democracy from the region root and branch. Siding with one will anger the other, balancing will anger both, and neutrality is impossible.' Brian Downing|
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