Should U.S. Coalition Forces be Withdrawn from Iraq?


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Should U.S. Coalition Forces be Withdrawn from Iraq?
In the aftermath of September 11, 2001, President Bush launched a preemptive attack on Iraq in the name of the war on terror. Now some 8 years later, the long saga is winding to a conclusion. The following discussion examines a series of questions concerning whether the coalition forces should be withdrawn from Iraq.
Recent Events that Highlight the Issue
The most significant event in Iraq within the past two years is commonly referred to as the surge. To explain, by late 2006 the War in Iraq was not going as well as planned. In fact, in northern Iraq terrorist activities were threatening U.S. victory entirely. In response, President Bush ordered 20,000 troops to Iraq in...
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