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On Law: Going legit in post-war Iraq

In a speech in St. Louis Wednesday, President Bush partly confirmed what United Press International was reporting more than two weeks ago: The United States plans war crimes trials after a successful Iraqi invasion. Assuming the obvious — that the Iraqis will crumble like a shortbread cookie in the face of U.S. and allied firepower — putting on the trials will not be hard. Victors in war do it all the time. But holding war crimes trials and at the same time capturing the legal and moral high ground will not be so easy. Full Story

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