Page values for "There is no military solution for Iraq, only a political one"

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_creationDate   January 12, 2007 6:46:14 PM
_modificationDate   January 12, 2007 6:46:14 PM
_creator   Yaron Koren
_fullText   {{item |author=Jonathan Steele |source=The Guardian |date=January 12, 2007 |url=http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/story/0,,1988762,00.html |quote="The most disastrous part of Bush's plan is his pressure on the Maliki government to let US troops enter Baghdad's 2 million-strong Shia distri ...
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Author   Jonathan Steele
Source   The Guardian
Date   January 12, 2007
URL   http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/story/0,,1988762,00.html
Quote   "The most disastrous part of Bush's plan is his pressure on the Maliki government to let US troops enter Baghdad's 2 million-strong Shia district, Sadr City, with all-out force, in order to smash Moqtada al-Sadr's militias. This could produce a civilian bloodbath of colossal proportions, dwarfing the massacres in Falluja in 2004."
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There is no military solution for Iraq, only a political one by Jonathan Steele (The Guardian, January 12, 2007) (view)

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Topic   Post-invasion Iraq
Position_fragment   Iraqi government should crack down on Shiite militias
Position   Post-invasion Iraq / Iraqi government should crack down on Shiite militias
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Iraqi government should crack down on Shiite militias

Stance   against
Topic   Post-invasion Iraq
Position_fragment   United States should increase troop levels
Position   Post-invasion Iraq / United States should increase troop levels
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United States should increase troop levels

Stance   against