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Weapons Sales to Iraq Move Ahead Despite U.S. Worries

• New York Times
The Obama administration is moving ahead with the sale of nearly $11 billion worth of arms and training for the Iraqi military despite concerns that Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki is seeking to consolidate authority, create a one-party Shiite-dominated state and abandon the American-backed power-sharing government. 

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Comment by Ed Price
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I just don't remember. Did we ever move ahead with weapons sales to Viet Nam after the war? These days, the Viet Nam people seem to be pretty nice people, the kind we would like to sell all sorts of things to. Usually, they are the ones selling to us.


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