Special Report March 2006

A Switch in Time: a New Strategy for Iraq

By Kenneth M. Pollack and the Iraq Policy Working Group of the Saban Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution

Below, in PDF format, is a 70,000-word report by the Iraq Policy Working Group on all aspects of Iraq policy, from security to economics to politics.

Click here for a 142-page PDF of the report in its entirety. Below are smaller PDFs of the report, divided into sections.

PREFACE (18 pages)
INTRODUCTION and CHAPTER I: Security and Military Operations (51 pages)
CHAPTER II: Building a New Iraqi Political System (46 pages)
CHAPTER III: Assisting Iraq's Economic Development (22 pages)

Return to "The Right Way: Seven Steps Toward a Last Chance in Iraq," by Kenneth Pollack

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