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by Rick Fawn,Raymond Hinnebusch,Raymond A. Hinnebusch

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  • ISBN 1588264386
  • ISBN13 978-1588264381
  • Language English
  • Author Rick Fawn,Raymond Hinnebusch,Raymond A. Hinnebusch
  • Publisher Lynne Rienner Publishers; UK ed. edition (May 30, 2006)
  • Pages 357
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While the war in Afghanistan saw most industrial countries back the US-led campaign, the subsequent war in Iraq has profoundly divided international opinion, and likely represents a watershed in the post? Cold War international order. "The Iraq War" examines the full range of explanations of the conflict, as well as its significance for the Middle East, for key international relationships, and for the future of the international system. The authors critically assess the foreign-policy decisions of both global and regional actors. What policies were adopted, and against what opposition? What state interests were served or compromised in the process? What are the likely longer-term consequences of each country's position? Addressing these questions, as well as broader issues of regional stability, global political economy, and the changing nature of warfare, they offer an in-depth, systematic analysis that brings clarity to this complex subject.

Raymond Hinnebusch is professor of international relations and Middle East politics at the University of St. Andrews.

Raymond Hinnebusch is professor of international relations and Middle East politics at the University of St. Series: Middle East in the International System.

Raymond Hinnebusch is the director of the Centre for Syrian Studies and professor of International .

Raymond Hinnebusch is the director of the Centre for Syrian Studies and professor of International Relations and Midd. moreRaymond Hinnebusch is the director of the Centre for Syrian Studies and professor of International Relations and Middle East Studies at the University of St. He teaches Middle East politics, the IR of the Middle East and the political economy of the region

Raymond Hinnebusch is professor of international relations and Middle East politics at the University of St.

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ISBN: 978-1-58826-413-8. The Iraq War examines the full range of explanations of the conflict, as well as its significance for the Middle East, for key international relationships, and for the future of the international system. The authors critically assess the foreign-policy decisions of both global and regional actors. What policies were adopted, and against what opposition? What state interests were served or compromised in the process? What are the likely longer-term consequences of each country's position?

The Iraq War. Causes And Consequences (Middle East in the International System). by Rick Fawn, Raymond A. Hinnebusch

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The Iraq War: Causes And Consequences (Middle East in the International System)

The Iraq War: Causes And Consequences (Middle East in the International System). 1588264386 (ISBN13: 9781588264381). Excellent collection of essays from leading international academics on, as the title aptly captures, "the causes and consequences" of the war. HOWEVER, this is not another Cobra II or State of Denial (though those are excellent books). These essays focus more on the impact of the war on the international political system, . how it fairs for Russia, or what this means for Saudi-US relations, or the implications of pre-emption for international law and ethics.

2009, Iraq’s Sunni insurgency, International Institute for Strategic Studies, London. Herring, E. & Rangwala, . 2006, Iraq in fragments: The occupation and its legacy, Hurst & Company, London. DeFronzo, . 2010, The Iraq war: Origins and consequences, Westview Press, Boulder, CO. Dobbins, . 2007, ‘Who lost Iraq? Lessons from the debacle’, Foreign Affairs 86(5), 61–74. Fawn, . 2005, ‘The Iraq war: Unfolding and unfinished’, in R. Fawn & R. Hinnebusch (eds), The Iraq war: Causes and consequences, pp. 1–18, Lynne Rienner, London. Freedman, . 2004, ‘War in Iraq: Selling the threat’, Survival 46(2), 7–50.

Hinnebusch, Raymond (2006a) ‘Hegemonic Stability Theory Reconsidered: Implications of the Iraq War’, in Rick Fawn and Raymond Hinnebusch, eds, The Iraq War: Causes and Consequences, 283–322, Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Press. Hinnebusch, Raymond (2007) ‘The US Invasion of Iraq: Explanations and Implications’, Critique: Critical Middle Eastern Studies 16 (3): 209–228.

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