Behind Door Number Three in Iraq

T├ętreault, Mary Ann
July 2014
Foreign Policy in Focus;7/28/2014, p1
The article traces the current crisis in Iraq to U.S. President George W. Bush's plans for a post-Saddam Iraq and his choices to invade Iraq or finishing up in Afghanistan without invading Iraq or getting the United Nations to endorse an invasion of Iraq and help pay and carry it out. Topics discussed include how Bush chose to increase troop levels in Iraq and the pledge of U.S. President Barack Obama to end the Iraq and the need to evaluate Obama's options in Iraq carefully.


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