What is to happen to Iraq? Perhaps this new government will defy all odds and actually pull the country together. We can all hope that will happen, but don't bet the farm on it. More likely is what many are coming to expect and some seek: a loose confederation of three states, one Kurdish in the north, one Sunni in the middle and one Shiite in the south. The big question is whether Iraq gets there relatively peacefully, or whether the division results from a protracted, bloody civil war. Either way, it won't be much of a legacy for this failed experiment in exporting democracy from the United States.To the Star Tribune, Iraq is a failure even if we happen to succeed there.
Wednesday, May 24, 2006
More Negativity from the Strib
Another "Iraq is a Disaster" editorial from the Star Tribune. I think the last paragraph sums it up fairly neatly: