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Date: Tue, 07 Sep 2004 08:58:54 -0600
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Subject: [Peace&Justice] Toward an Exit Strategy

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Peace and Justice News from FPIF

September 6, 2004

Introducing a new commentary from Foreign Policy In Focus

Toward a U.S. Exit Strategy from Iraq and a Transition to Full Sovereignty
By Imad Salamey and Frederick Pearson

Earlier this spring, the Bush administration sought international
cooperation for a viable U.S. exit strategy from Iraq; without a clear
vision for both political and military exits, there were no takers. With
war raging in Iraq, the political process in shambles, and a dire economic
situation, a new plan is desperately needed.

Dr. Imad Salamey is a Lecturer of Political Science at the University of
Michigan  Dearborn. Dr. Frederick Pearson is a Professor of Political
Science and directs the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies at Wayne
State University. Both serve as analysts for Foreign Policy In Focus
(online at

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