Iraq -- "The most important consequences are often the unintended ones"Quicklink submitted by Russ Wellen Permalink
|Writes Timothy Garton Ash of London's The Guardian. Furthermore, 'so far as the human eye can see, the likely consequences of Iraq range from the bad to the catastrophic. Looking back over a quarter-century of writing about international affairs, I can not recall a more comprehensive and avoidable man-made disaster.'|
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