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The Aftermath of Iraq
The war is over! Now comes the hard partóbringing peace and democratization to Iraq and the surrounding area.
Introduction On the evening of March 19, President George W. Bush addressed the nation and the world as the first cruise missiles were launched against ...
The Post-Saddam Middle East A democratic Iraq could initiate the promotion of political
reformation throughout the region, an area bedeviled by some
of the most tyrannical regimes in the world.
Iraq's Best-Case Scenario Iraqis must build their own democracy. A continued American
and British presence may be what is needed to allow them to do
Requisites for Justification The Bush administration's goal for postwar Iraq is to
establish a democratic state, serving as a model to foster
spread of democratic ideas and institutions to other
in the Middle East.