After the War in Iraq: Defining the New Strategic Balance
By: Shai Feldman (editor)Hardback
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Focusing on the different dimensions to the war in Iraq launched in March 2003 by the United States, the essays here present concise and penetrating analyses, and explore the major implications of the war and their strategic, political and military contexts. Researchers from the Jaffee Centre for Strategic Studies at Tel Aviv University, experts in international relations, political science, strategic studies and political psychology, present an insightful picture of the war. The book contains a chronology surveying the International Inspection Regime in Iraq, 1991-2003, and the full text of 'The National Security Strategy of the United States of America', which should be regarded as the basis of the Bush administration's strategic rationale for the war in Iraq.
Dr Shai Feldman is Head of the Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies, Tel Aviv University. He is a member of the United Nations Secretary-General's Advisory Board on Disarmament, the Board of Directors of Harvard University's Belfer Center, and the Scientific Advisory Committee of the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. He has written extensively on nuclear weapons proliferation and arms control, US policy in the region, American-Israeli relations, and the Middle East peace process.
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