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Regime Change the Right Way?

Whilst George Bush and his cronies have spoken about regime change in Iraq the mess there continues unabated.

The Americans are no strangers to attempting or bringing about regime change. Chile immediately comes to mind. Of course, seeking regime change is often-times selective. Why not seek regime change in Zimbabwe now? Because it is an African country? Or it isn't strategic to America's interests because he doesn't, for ecample, possess vast deposits of oil like Iraq?

Whatever, a piece by Pascal Zachary in AlterNet poses an interesting question. Is there a right and wrong way in which to seek regime change? Some issues are thrown up by Zachary which give food for thought. Read the article here.


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