By Kenneth Pollack
Achieving Peace in Iraq Requires Staying the Course on Democracy
It would be foolish to believe that democracy in a post-Saddam Iraq will be easy or certain — let alone that doing so might solve all of the problems of the Middle East. Iraq has real problems that are going to make the creation of a functional democracy there difficult and lengthy. As critics of…
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