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January 8, 2014 5:55 PM

New wave of Iraq violence presents U.S. with few good choices

A sudden spasm of violence in western Iraq has reignited the debate over how much responsibility the United States bears for the current turmoil in the Middle East and whether the right response is to wade in deeper or keep its distance.

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