Iran’s sabre-rattling overshadows diminishing western presence in Iraq

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Issue 914 - 09 Dec 2011 | 9 minute read

Confronted with another ratcheting up of international and regional pressure, Tehran has a number of proxy conflicts in which it can make life uncomfortable for its enemies – and President Ahmadinejad and his allies seem determined to flex their muscles over neighbouring Iraq as the US prepares for its end-year military withdrawal

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