British Foreign Secretary William Hague speaks to the media during a press conference in Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, June 26, 2014. (AP Photo/Karim Kadim)
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Any talk of warding off foreign intervention in Iraq comes too late: The Iranians already have units on the ground, and the first batch of some 300 U.S. military advisers has arrived in the country.It is important now for Iran and the United States, the two external powers most heavily invested in the Iraqi government and with perhaps the most to lose should the situation continue to slide into chaos, to own up to intervention in the country, but crucially, to use their influence positively and usher Maliki out the door.
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