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Making Enemies: Humiliation and International Conflict

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When the statue of Saddam Hussein fell and Iraqis danced on the body, hitting it with their shoes, there was joy. Moments later, when an American soldier climbed the statue to place an American flag on the face, there was a national gasp, a moment of humiliation for the Iraqis. Americans had claimed to be liberating them, but the placing of the American flag was a sign of ...more
Published June 1st 2006 by Praeger Security International
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The subject is interesting, but the author repeats herself a lot. What could have been said in 150 pages or less, she takes 248 pages to say. She also seems to assume that her audience is completely stupid (which may not be to far off the mark in many cases, but I found it insulting).
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