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Thursday, November 13, 2003

The Associated Press: "In a blow to U.S. hopes for more support in rebuilding Iraq, Japan on Thursday delayed sending troops, and other American allies altered plans after a surge in anti-coalition violence.
South Korea decided to cap its possible troop deployment at 3,000, rebuffing Washington's request for a bigger force. Denmark said Thursday it would not, for now, send more soldiers. And nations such as France that opposed the war that ousted Saddam Hussein again declared that the U.S.-led coalition's postwar plan must be changed."

They better rethink. It is a different world since 9/11, and George W. is very different from his predecessors, including his father. [see following blog] If they want to have a say in the new world, they better get in step.
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