Wednesday, February 21, 2007

The Iraq Effect

This is the entire published research made by Peter Bergen and Paul Cruickshank. Also, the article Iraq 101 is a mandatory read, although much of the information was presented in the Michael Ware interview. So don't be lazy, check it out!

3 comentarios:

rudy said...

I didn't knew about that website or magazine. Thanks for the heads up!

Anne said...

Ok, please explain to me how Bergen and Cruickshank can break this down into language that a child could understand, but our own government can't grasp it?
I bookmarked the sight, I'd like to check the rest of it out. You get the best stuff!

jr said...

Great site! I found it alarming in the "Part 4-Aftermath" section that it has become the worse time ever in Iraq for women. They are getting kidnapped and raped all in the name of religion and that the president of the Iraqi National Council of Women will not go out without bodyguards (30 in total). Wow!!!

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