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Jacqueline MacDonald Gibson
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.