AMERICA AND THE WORLD - Scarcely three weeks into a furious U. S.-British blitz, victory in Iraq is assured, and it will be faster, cheaper, and more decisive than many imagined. Or will it? The conflict has left behind a range of daunting postwar challenges, from repairing frayed ties with allies to planting seeds of democracy in the Middle East. The big question: Can the U. S. wage peace as well ...
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