Unlike Sweaters, This Kind of Reversible Could Be Bad

Today in the New York Times, Richard Oppel has a surprisingly clear piece explaining both how the Awakening, which contra John McCain’s confusion over the forward passage of time, was the primary driver in reducing recent violence in Iraq and also how the Iraqi government’s recent crackdown on Awakening leaders could lead to a reversal in the ebb of violence in Mesopotamia. If you find yourself confused about what the hell is going on in Iraq, I strongly recommend this piece.

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One Response to “Unlike Sweaters, This Kind of Reversible Could Be Bad”

  1. Resurgence « Yes, Let’s Talk About This Says:

    […] Filed under: Politics — Tags: awakening, Iraq, maliki — keurig @ 11:36 am Last week I mentioned a piece in the New York Times that warns ominously of potential trouble between the U.S.-backed […]


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