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British had doubts on U.S. postwar plan in Iraq

WASHINGTON (AP) — A staff paper prepared for British Prime Minister Tony Blair eight months before the invasion of Iraq concluded that U.S. military officials were not planning adequately for a postwar occupation, The Washington Post reported.

“A postwar occupation of Iraq could lead to a protracted and costly nation-building exercise,” authorities of the briefing memo wrote, according to the Post. “As already made clear, the U.S. military plans are virtually silent on this point. Washington could look to us to share a disproportionate share of the burden.” Full Story

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