The Future for Iraq: Realities and Requirements

Dec 01, 2006 | by
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According to Zinni, the American people sent a clear message on Nov. 7 that they will no longer accept the current course in Iraq. With few good policy options left, the former head of Central Command suggests that we look at what might still work instead of what the administration will accept. Among his chief recommendations is the call for a Bipartisan Executive Group to oversee the vetting or screening of recommendations; to oversee and plan implementation; to monitor progress and determine resource requirements; to garner regional and international support; and to integrate efforts between government agencies.