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The War Over Iraq: Saddam’s Tyranny and America’s Mission

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As the crisis with Iraq continues, Americans have questions. Is war really necessary? What can it accomplish? What broad vision of U.S. foreign policy underlies the determination to remove Saddam Hussein? What were the failures of the last couple of decades that brought us to a showdown with a dictator developing weapons of mass destruction? What is the relationship betwee ...more
Hardcover, 170 pages
Published February 1st 2003 by Encounter Books (first published January 1st 2003)
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Sep 11, 2015 Leonardo marked it as to-keep-reference
Shelves: asia-no-rusia
En The War Over Iraq, William Kristol y Lawrence F. Kaplan decían:

La misión empieza en Bagdad, pero no acaba allí […] Estamos en la transición hacia una nueva era histórica […] Este es un momento decisivo […] Está muy claro que se trata de algo más que Irak. Incluso de algo más que el futuro de Oriente Medio y de la guerra contra el terror. Se trata de qué clase de papel pretende desempeñar Estados Unidos en el siglo xxi.

No se puede menos que estar de acuerdo: realmente lo que estaba en juego
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Mar 07, 2012 Shea Mastison rated it did not like it
"The United States may need to occupy Iraq for some time. Though U.N., European and Arab forces will, as in Afghanistan, contribute troops, the principal responsibility will doubtless fall to the country that liberates Baghdad. According to one estimate, initially as many as 75,000 U.S. troops may be required to police the war's aftermath, at a cost of $16 billion a year. As other countries' forces arrive, and as Iraq rebuilds its economy and political system that force could probably be drawn d ...more
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Jul 31, 2013 Major Doug rated it liked it
Listened to this book: very interesting; very pro-43! Iraq is a less than nice place, and so was its former leader.
Sep 16, 2008 Pamela rated it it was amazing
Read between Sept 11 and Iraq war. Helped me feel good about going in. Bill Kristol is smart and straight.
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