Ilan Goldenberg makes some very good points here, and this NYT piece reminded me I meant to link over to it before. With estimates of 2 million Iraqi refugees, and 2 million more internally displaced, the human tidal wave unleashed by the Bush Administration's catastrophic Iraq blunder has created the largest refugee crisis in the Middle East since the 1948 War. It's likely the single most under-reported story of the war. That said, Nir Rosen has done some excellent reporting on it. His article uncovers some rather incredible contradictions in U.S. policy.

We want to hear what you think about this article. Submit a letter to the editor or write to letters@theatlantic.com.