Broken Promises

Baram, Amatzia
March 2003
Wilson Quarterly;Spring2003, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p41
Literary Criticism
Discusses the role played by pan-Arab nationalism and Baathism in the history of contemporary Iraq. Origin of the Baathism ideology; Failures of the pan-Arab nationalism idea; Implications for the future of Iraq in light of the 2003 downfall of Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.


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