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Among Key Iraq Partners, Weak Public Support for Troop Presence: Majority of Public in United Kingdom, Italy, Poland, Australia, Japan Call for Withdrawing Their Troops
Among the publics of the coalition partners in Iraq, support for their troops' presence in Iraq is quite weak. A majority of the public in the United Kingdom, Italy, Poland, Australia, and Japan call for withdrawing their ...
With Israeli Pullout, Gazans' Support for Groups Using Terrorism Drops: Sense of Security Improves
A poll of Palestinians conducted in October 2005--the month after Israel completed its pullout from the Gaza Strip--shows a significant drop in support in Gaza for groups that commit terrorist acts, such as Al-Aqsa Martyr's ...
Americans Favor More U.S. Action in Darfur: Support U.S. Enforcement of No-Fly Zone and Sending NATO Troops
The crisis in Sudan’s western Darfur region, which began in 2003, has largely been pushed off the international news pages by escalating violence in Iraq and tension over Iran’s nuclear program. Yet despite Americans’ ...