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US weighs price of Iraqi territorial integrity

In the run up to the Iraq war in 2003 the US’ Arab allies united in warning that regime change must preserve the country’s territorial integrity. The only fear that loomed larger than the threat of Saddam Hussein was the disintegration of one of the Arab world’s most important states. Three years on, as Iraq is torn by sectarian strife and the US looks for an exit strategy, some voices in Washington have started to ask whether the price of territorial integrity is worth paying. Full Story

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