Iraq, Its Neighbors, and the United States: Competition, Crisis, and the Reordering of Power

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Iraq's strength, ambition, and aggressiveness were for decades a source of regional instability. Saddam Hussein invaded two neighbors (Iran and Kuwait) and oppressed his own population. But now, as Iraq undergoes a transformation to a more open and democratic society, it has become a fragmented country with highly contested politics that opens the door to regional interference and competition."Iraq, Its Neighbors, and the United States" examines how Iraq's evolving political order affects its complex relationships with its ...

Iraq, Its Neighbors, and the United States: Competition, Crisis, and the Reordering of Power 2011, United States Institute of Peace Press, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9781601270771

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