This book offers a concise history of US policy in Iraq since 1990 and how it has evolved over two decades. Examines US relations with Iraq from both a regional and international perspective Argues that the only way to clearly understand US policy toward Iraq is to see it in its proper historical context and within a transnational framework Uses recently declassified documents at the end of each chapter to illustrate US decision-making in the wars for Iraq Addresses the importance of the changing domestic climate surrounding two decadesThe most recent Agency inspection team visited Iraq between 21 and23January 2001, and in hisletterdated 6 April2001 addressedto ... aggression inthe unlawful noflightzones; the maintenance of the comprehensive sanctionsthat have taken the lives of nearly 2million ... Inraising thisstorm of mendacity the United States is also tryingtoaffect the official and civic support and sympathy inall partsofthe worldanbsp;...
|Title||:||The United States and Iraq Since 1990|
|Author||:||Robert K. Brigham|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2013-06-11|