Letters: Feb. 26, 2007

Rethinking U.S. Foreign Policy

In the darkest days of the Iraq war, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is on a mission to restore order. Can she possibly bring peace to Iraq and mediate the Israeli-Palestinian conflict without admitting the Administration's mistakes? Readers fear it may already be too late to change course

Your cover story on the Bush Administration's efforts to salvage its foreign policy [Feb. 12] provoked musings on what-if scenarios. What if the Bush Administration dealt with the world as it really was, not as the Administration wanted it to be? We would not be in the position we...

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