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An Active 2007 for American Foreign Policy

Following political (and Clausewitzian) logic, an Iraq/US Treaty is seen as a centerpiece of American Foreign Policy in 2007 at The Adventures of Chester:

My guess is that if the Bush team wants to enshrine some sort of aggressive US transformational policy in the Middle East, 2007 will be the year to make it happen, and a treaty, or other similar agreement, might be the means . . .

. . . A principle of grand strategy is to ensure that one's policies live longer than one's own administration -- for if they are the correct course, then they should not be limited in the timeframe of their execution.