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Morning Update: Iraq and Democracy in 2013

by campaign2008
May 16, 2008

In a speech on Thursday, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) laid out his vision for the United States by 2013, which could be the end of his first term in the presidency. He said he expects Iraq to be a “functioning democracy” by then. He also predicted that a “League of Democracies” will have been established and will have pressured Sudan to stop what U.S. officials have termed as genocide in Darfur.

Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) responded critically to McCain’s speech. Read her statement here.

A new series of Backgrounders profiles the main foreign policy advisers for Clinton, Sen. Barack Obama, (D-IL) and McCain.

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