September 10, 2003

Much Ado About Nothing I'm

Much Ado About Nothing

I'm typically a Bill Safire fan, but his op-ed centered on the Arab League's decision to allow the Iraqi Governing Council's FM to represent Iraq before the Arab League strikes me per the subject tag above.

In addition, his suggestion that Turkish troops be invited into Iraq, even if well removed from the Kurdish zone, is a poor one. Ankara will doubtless use supply chains and troop movements to establish a presence in Kurdish and/or Turkomen areas inflaming tensions in the one main sector of Iraq that has been blessed with relative calm to date.

Bottom line: No neighboring countries should be allowed to contribute troops to the Iraq reconstruction effort. The possibilities for mischief are just too great.

Posted by Gregory at September 10, 2003 08:58 AM
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