BUSH'S 'IRAQ PROJECT'
- Invasion of Iraq India Strongly Condemned. // Philosophy & Social Action;Apr-Jun2003, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p51
Reports on the disapproval of India to the invasion of Iraq by coalition forces led by the United States. Demands made by the Indian parliament to the coalition forces in Iraq; Donations of India to the war-ravaged people in Iraq; Historic value of the move.
- Bush at War: Tactics, but No Strategy. Howell, Llewellyn D. // USA Today Magazine;May2003, Vol. 131 Issue 2696, p21
Focuses on the U.S. war against Iraq. Intentions of U.S. President George W. Bush for the war; Tactics that have composed the foreign policy strategy of Bush and his administration; Criticisms on the strategy of the U.S.
- Bulgaria's Fighting Strength. J. S. // America;9/28/1912, Vol. 7 Issue 25, p589
The author reflects on the condition in Bulgaria. It notes that Bulgaria experiences daily trouble, which progresses on the Turkish frontier, although war has not been officially declared. According to the author, if the country decided to fight, she will not fight alone as Servia and Montenegro...
- Not gone but still forgotten, the old war rages on. // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;3/14/2003, Vol. 47 Issue 11, p2
Focuses on the conflict in the Middle East as of March 2003. War between Israel and Palestine; Overview of the political situation in Israel; Information on the political activity of the Islam militant group Hamas.
- EVIAN'S COLD WATER. Stokes, Bruce // National Journal;5/24/2003, Vol. 35 Issue 21, p1640
Analyzes the relationships among the members of the Group of Eight industrialized nations when they meet on June 1 to 3, 2003 in Evian, France. Antagonism between the U.S. and France over the war in Iraq; Division of the group over the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq; Issues that will be tackled by...
- The September 11 Tragedy and the Muslim World: Living with Memory and Myth. Monshipouri, Mahmood // Journal of Church & State;Winter2003, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p15
Argues that existing myths about the U.S.-Islamic world relations are central to the lack of progress. Historical overview of the events leading up to the war in Afghanistan; Regional and global implications of the campaign against global terror; Effects of the internal struggles within the...
- Recognition of Ireland, Not War with Britain. JOYCE, EDWARD W. // America;4/30/1921, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p29
The author reflects on the possible outcomes if the U.S. will recognize Ireland as a nation. He argues that the recognition of Ireland will not involve the U.S. in a war with England. The author cites that the U.S. did not consider declaration of war when England, France and Spain recognized the...
- Extend Deterrence in the Taiwan Strait. Chan, Steve // World Affairs;Fall2003, Vol. 166 Issue 2, p109
Focuses on the rationalist interpretation of extended deterrence in the Taiwan Strait. Background on the concept of extended deterrence; Discussion on the occurrence of war; Determination of the success of a deterrence policy; Assessment of the success of extended immediate deterrence.
- Vanity Watch. // Christianity Today;Jun2003, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p30
Presents views on the victory of the U.S. in its war against Iraq in March 2003. Concerns on the geopolitical success of the country; Comments on U.S. valuation of freedom and life; Insights on foreign policy arguments.