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    Washington experimenting with a policy of "tough love" with Iraq

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    Post by wciappetta Tue 30 Dec 2014, 6:08 am

    Washington experimenting with a policy of "tough love" with Iraq 


    Posted 30/12/2014 01:47 AM




    Babinaoz / agencies: 

    When the United States withdrew the last of a group of troops from Iraq at the end of 2011, both Washington and Baghdad said that Iraq is ready to defend himself, but the rise of the radical organization Islamic state proved this belief wrong. 




    However, the top White House officials and the Pentagon determined to show "strategic patience" and not bring out a new civil war in Iraq. 

    Washington has sent 1,900 troops to Iraq, while US forces and its allies more than 1,300 air strike against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. 

    But US officials say the goal is that the Iraqis take it upon themselves to solve their political differences and deep combat Islamic state. 

    A senior US official who was part of a US military delegation visited Baghdad recently, "was the message to the Iraqis must you to use (the job) for yourselves ... we can not solve it for you." 

    Said Jonathan Stevenson, who has worked in the period from 2011 to 2013 as director of political and military affairs in the Middle East and North Africa, the Council of National Security that faith "strategic patience" stems from President Barack Obama himself. Stevenson said that budget constraints and the hopes of the White House on a breakthrough - and perhaps a possible nuclear deal - with Tehran to fuel the slow style.

    Most of the adult US commanders believe that military intervention in another large US Middle East likely to fail and would lack the highly popular at home. 

    Stevenson said that the Middle East leaders have "exaggerated perception" about the effects that can result from a US military intervention in order to unify Iraq. There is a way to change this view on US military power, a "do not use".

    "I think that this is the recipe that the administration is trying to follow." "It's a form of tough love," as close to the people so hard to get them to change their behavior.

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