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A Tougher War for the U.S. Is One of Legitimacy

“What kind of world order do we want?” That question, posed by Germany’s foreign minister, Joschka Fischer, on the eve of the American invasion of Iraq in March 2003, has been on the minds of many Europeans these days. Indeed, the great trans-Atlantic debate over the Iraq war was rooted in profound disagreement over “world order.” Yes, Americans and Europeans differed on the specific question of what to do about Iraq. They debated whether Saddam Hussein posed a serious threat, and whether war was the right answer. A solid majority of Americans answered yes to both questions; even larger majorities of Europeans answered no. Full Story

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