Who Wants The Drumstick?

While most people are still worrying about the consequences of a war in the Persian Gulf, a few are looking ahead to the division of spoils of a vanquished Iraq. Last month officials representing the U.S., Turkey and the Kurdish tribes of southern Turkey and northern Iraq met in Europe to discuss just what a postwar Iraq might look like. In their view, an independent Kurdistan could be carved out of Iraqi territory, and a good bit of the northern part of the country could be ceded to Turkey. There could also be significant "border adjustments" between Iraq and its neighbors...

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