Two crucial Iraq proposals; If both are followed, enduring and equitable peace is possible
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As the Iraq Study Group restored civility to the public discourse on foreign affairs last week, it also made two important recommendations (out of a total of 79) that can really make a difference: Sharply reduce the American military presence soon, and step up negotiations, even with insurgents. If either of these is adopted, things will get better in Iraq. If both are, it will be possible to think of an enduring, equitable peace emerging in that sad land.
The San Francisco Chronicle