America's obligation

Cook, Martin L.
November 2003
Christian Century;11/1/2003, Vol. 120 Issue 22, p9
Defends the U.S. invasion of Iraq by highlighting its moral and legal obligations to the country. International law governing obligations of the U.S. as an occupying power; Resistance made by Iraqis to the occupation; Legacies that the U.S. should leave behind after the occupation.


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