Panelists recommend US post-conflict policy in Iraq

If US-led forces remove Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, then the administration of US President George W. Bush must make it clear to the world that the US has no desire to become the de facto ruler of Iraq or its oil reserves, an independent panel concluded late last month.The Council on Foreign Relations and the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy at Rice University—named for former US Sec. of State James Baker, who served former President George H. W. Bush—sponsored the panel, which also included representatives from Cambridge Energy Research Associates and the Washington-based Petroleum Finance Corp.In a report issued Dec. 19, the panel introduced an "intellectua...

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