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After Iraq [electronic resource] : war, imperialism and democracy /
Jim Harding.
imprint
Black Point, N.S. : Fernwood Pub., 2004.
description
x, 190 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
1552661326
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imprint
Black Point, N.S. : Fernwood Pub., 2004.
isbn
1552661326
restrictions
Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
catalogue key
10493405
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Quill & Quire, May 2004
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Main Description
This examination of the United Statesled war in Iraq presents the war as a geopolitical watershed moment in which the U.S.'s unilateralism presents stark challenges to international law, multilateralism, and the United Nations. A historical overview of Iraq's colonial history and Saddam Hussein's brutal rise to power accompanies a discussion of the worldwide military expansion following the election of George W. Bush as U.S. president. This comprehensive analysis provides an introduction to political science concepts and presents a hopeful perspective on the global situation that calls for concerted activism to challenge a U.S.dominated new world order.
Main Description
This examination of the United States-led war in Iraq presents the war as a geopolitical watershed moment in which the U.S.'s unilateralism presents stark challenges to international law, multilateralism, and the United Nations. A historical overview of Iraq's colonial history and Saddam Hussein's brutal rise to power accompanies a discussion of the worldwide military expansion following the election of George W. Bush as U.S. president. This comprehensive analysis provides an introduction to political science concepts and presents a hopeful perspective on the global situation that calls for concerted activism to challenge a U.S.-dominated new world order.

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