McKelvey, Tara
August 2005
American Prospect;Aug2005, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p15
Offers observation on the move of the countries to withdraw its troops in Iraq. Number of troops that the Italian government will pull out in September 2005; Result of the London bombings in England in July; Explanation of Elena Potodorova, the Bulgarian ambassador in Washington, on the decision of the country to pull out in Iraq.


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