Allies: The US and the World in the Aftermath of the Iraq War

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The Cold War certainties that had seemed so fixed in the 20th century were overturned by the war in Iraq. Saddam's forces were the battlefield victims of a brutally quick war of shock and awe. No less shocked and awed were some of America's former allies: old Europe, large blocks of the United Nations, and half the G8 nations suddenly found themselves outside the chain of command and influence. Bush, Blair and their allies were driven by a new global vision. Their mission, expressed with great moral certainty, has been ...

Allies: The Us and the World in the Aftermath of the Iraq War 2004, Allen & Unwin, Sydney

ISBN-13: 9781741142938

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