Occupational Hazards

Porch, Douglas
June 2003
National Interest;Summer2003, Issue 72, p35
Discusses the hazards of the reconstruction program of the U.S. government for the postwar Iraq. Potential regional implication of the U.S. occupation of Iraq; Opinion of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on the U.S.-led war against Iraq; Reasons of the U.S. nation-builders for viewing their efforts as a failure; Dilemma of nation-building.


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