U.S. drops plan to strike Iran as part of Iraq exit strategy

June 2007
Geo-Strategy Direct;6/20/2007, p9
The article reports on the plan of the administration of U.S. President George W. Bush to involve Iran in its exit strategy for Iraq and has decided not to strike Iranian nuclear facilities. According to an administration source, the Bush administration is convinced that an air strike would not destroy all or most of Iran's nuclear weapons facilities. Under the administration's plan, U.S. forces would begin the pullout from Iraq by the end of 2007.


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