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Reconstructing Iraq

By Remy Benoit

   With coalition troops in Baghdad how Iraq will be constructed will become the major issue.

   It is not an easy task and arguments will be heard on all sides.
   What will the role of the Iraqis be in the early days of this rebuilding of their country?

   At what point will total control of their country be turned back to them?

   What will the role of the United Nations be? of France, of Germany, of Russia?


What are the opinions of other nations?


From the New York Times and Todd S. Purdum: Rule by Allies May Pass 6 Months, Wolfowitz Asserts
By TODD S. PURDUM.


From the New York Times and the Associated PressIraqi Opposition Leader in Iran to Return Home
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.



From James Doran in Dearborn, Michigan and the Times of London:Exiles plan to lead the hunt for Saddam From James Doran in Dearborn, Michigan.


From Le Monde and Ignacio Ramonet: Illegal Aggression.


From CNN:Watching the War In Japan, a Veteran Sees History Repeat By Doug Struck Washington Post Foreign Service.


From the Washington Post and Jefferson Morley:Tony Blair: Surrogate for the World?


and: War Gains Deepen Divisions Among Allies.


From Independent.co.uk and Yasmin Alibhai-Brown:Bush is right: this is not a clash of civilisations This simplistic explanation reduces cultures to stereotypes and disables anti-war resistance.


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