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May 7, 2003
The International Herald Tribune
In the wake of the war in Iraq, the world is learning once again that is far easier to destroy a regime with military might than to build a new state out of the bomb craters.
Apr 28, 2003
United Press International
Published commentary by RAND staff.
Robert E. Hunter
Apr 27, 2003
San Diego Union-Tribune
With victory in Iraq, the United States now assumes principal responsibility for the future of the Middle East...
Nina Hachigian, Bruce W. Bennett @bwbennett
Apr 13, 2003
Orange County Register
While the mop-up of the war in Iraq dominates the news today, North Korea remains an unresolved crisis that could mean nuclear war for the United States.
James Dobbins @Jim_Dobbins
Apr 11, 2003
New York Newsday
Apr 7, 2003
Wall Street Journal
Northern Iraq must be handled delicately to avoid additional conflict involving the Kurdish minority.
Brian Michael Jenkins @BrianMJenkins
Mar 24, 2003
Mar 19, 2003
International Herald Tribune
Mar 17, 2003
Mar 16, 2003
So-called allies have denounced U.S. plans to fight Saddam Hussein. Brian Michael Jenkins says they might not like the consequences of our inaction, either.
Bruce W. Bennett @bwbennett
Mar 7, 2003
Mar 2, 2003
San Diego Union Tribune
Seeking a second UN resolution may seem like overkill, but it is needed and doable, writes Robert Hunter in an commentary.
Gregory F. Treverton
Feb 23, 2003
San Francisco Chronicle
The hopeful case for postwar Iraq is worth considering, writes Gregory Treverton in a San Francisco Chronicle commentary.
Whether or not there is war in Iraq, NATO, the European Union and transatlantic relations already have been deeply affected, posing the gravest challenge to all three since at least the end of the Cold War, writes Robert Hunter in an commentary.