Presidential Policies and the Road to the Second Iraq War: From Forty One to Forty Three
This collection of essays examines America's road to war with Iraq from three perspectives: the view from Washington with emphasis on the infighting that took place; the diplomatic view including relations between the coalition and Iraq; and the military dimension including the evolution of strategy.
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The Neoconservatives and the Hijacking of
LegislativeExecutive Relations and US Policy Toward Iraq
The Impact of Bureaucratic Politics on us Iraq
Personal Diplomacy and US Policy Toward Iraq
Coalition Diplomacy and Iraq
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Presidential Policies and the Road to the Second Iraq War: From Forty One to ...
Professor John Davis
Ограниченный просмотр - 2013
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