Daley, Paul
March 2004
Bulletin with Newsweek;3/23/2004, Vol. 122 Issue 6413, p22
The political fallout from the Iraq war has created varying fortunes for U.S. President George W. Bush, British Prime Minister Tony Blair and Australian Prime Minister John Howard. A year a the deadly pyrotechnics across the night sky of Baghdad in Iraq opened Operation Shock and Awe and with the fog of war now lifted, the gallant triumvirate who led the "Coalition of the Willing" against Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein's Republican Guard find themselves in positions that seemed imponderable then. The shock election win of the anti-war Spanish socialists at the weekend, despite the massacre in Madrid, Spain, only underlines the more difficult political outlook for Coalition of Willing governments.


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