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Submitted by Daniel Tauber (United States), Apr 28, 2003 at 13:11

This is a great outline of a plan, the slow transition is indeed the only way to bring democracy to Iraq. The strongman though reminds me of pre islamic revolution Iran. Whats to ensure that the strongman here isnt viewed in the same manner? Pipes should be working in Defense helping to create a concrete plan of action. I am the editor of a magazine on my campus, and i always read Pipes before writing my editorials. God Bless
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