Sitting on Bayonets

Eisenstadt, Michael
June 2004
National Interest;Summer2004, Issue 76, p101
Deals with the postwar challenges of the U.S. in Iraq. Goals of the Operation Iraqi Freedom; Additional objective of the Iraq War; U.S. credibility in the Iraq War aftermath.


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