Britain Says Iraq Drawdown Feasible




 
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Britain Says Iraq Drawdown Feasible
 
April 17th, 2008  
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Britain Says Iraq Drawdown Feasible
Boston Globe
April 17, 2008
WASHINGTON -- Prime Minister Gordon Brown of Britain said yesterday it's feasible to reduce the number of allied troops in Iraq, a view he's expected to share when he sees the three presidential nominees, at least two of whom are inclined to agree. The meetings today with Democrats Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton could point the way to a substantial shift in US policy should either win the presidency. Brown also meets with John McCain, the certain Republican nominee, who is more inclined to stay the course in Iraq. While careful not to meddle in US politics, the prime minister points to the British troop drawdown in the south as an example of what can be done. (AP)
 


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