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Iraq : opposing viewpoints

Author: William Dudley
Publisher: San Diego, CA : Greenhaven Press, 2004.
Series: Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
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Explores the topic of Iraq and related issues from multiple perspectives.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: William Dudley
ISBN: 073772286X 9780737722864 0737722878 9780737722871
OCLC Number: 52757326
Description: 202 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: An American attack on Iraq is justified / George W. Bush --
An American attack on Iraq is not justified / John E. Farley --
Liberating Iraq's people from a cruel regime justifies war / George W. Vradenburg --
Liberating Iraq's people does not justify war / Michael Massing --
A failure to find Iraq's weapons calls into question the justification for war / David Corn --
War was justified even if no weapons of mass destruction are found / Michael Schrage --
The war on Iraq heralded a positive new direction for American foreign policy / Thomas Donnelly --
The war on Iraq heralded a dangerous new direction for American foreign policy / Stephen Zunes --
The United States is failing to establish order in Iraq / Philip Carter --
The United States is successfully establishing order in Iraq / Vito Fossella --
The United States should embrace an imperialistic role in Iraq / Max Boot --
The United States should reject an imperialistic role in Iraq / Awad Nasir --
America must involve the United Nations in rebuilding Iraq / Joseph R. Biden, Chuck Hagel --
America should limit the United Nations' role in rebuilding Iraq / Nile Gardiner --
Iraq should have a secular democracy / Barham Salih --
The Iraqi people do not want a secular democracy / Amir Butler --
Iraq needs transitional rule by a strongman / Daniel Pipes --
Iraq needs a transitional government with dispersed powers / Laith Kubba --
The United States should permit Iraqis to elect an Islamic regime / Joan Ryan --
The United States should not permit Iraqis to elect an Islamic regime / Robert Garmong --
Iraq's prospects for democracy are good / Rend Rahim Franke --
Iraq's prospects for democracy are poor / Patrick Basham --
Iraq needs a federalist system of government / Alon Ben-Meir --
Iraq may need to divide into separate countries / Ralph Peters --
Iraq's oil resources can lay the foundations for future development / Daniel Yergin --
Iraq's oil resources may hinder future development / John B. Judis.
Series Title: Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Responsibility: William Dudley, book editor.
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