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The Iraq Study Group Report: The Way Forward - A New Approach, Iraq Study Group, Baker, James A., Hamilton Lee H. Et al.
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Author Name    Iraq Study Group, Baker, James A., Hamilton Lee H. Et al.

Title   The Iraq Study Group Report: The Way Forward - A New Approach

Binding   Trade Paperback

Book Condition   Fine

Type   Book

Edition   1st Paperback Edition.

Publisher   NY Vintage 2006

ISBN Number    0307386562 / 9780307386564

Seller ID   010305

142 pp. Nearly new, no spine creasing or text markings. Small red line on top edge near spine. An overview of the US attempt to occupy and rebuild Iraq as of 2005. Brief history of the US invasion, along with 79 recommendations to the Bush Administration for future policy. Study group was a bipartisan panel of senior govt officials. Size: 8mo -- 8 in Tall

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On March 15, 2006, members from both parties in Congress supported the creation of the bipartisan Iraq Study Group to review the situation on the ground and propose strategies for the way forward. For more than eight months, the Study Group met with military officers, regional experts, academics, journalists, and high-level government officials from America and abroad. Participants included George W. Bush and members of his cabinet; Bill Clinton; Jalal Talabani; Nouri Kamal al-Maliki; Generals John Abizaid, George Casey, and Anthony Zinni; Colin Powell; Thomas Friedman; George Packer; and many others. This official edition contains the Group's findings and proposals for improving security, strengthening the new government, rebuilding the economy and infrastructure, and maintaining stability in the region. It is a highly anticipated and essential step forward for Iraq, America, and the world.

MIDEAST. IRAQ. IRAQ INVASION. OCCUPATION. NATION BUILDING

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