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The Iraq War

Causes and Consequences
(Book - 2006 )
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Statement of Responsibility: edited by Rick Fawn and Raymond Hinnebusch
Title: The Iraq war
causes and consequences
Publisher: Boulder, Colo. : Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2006
Characteristics: ix, 357 p. ; 24 cm.
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (p. 331-340) and index
Contents: The Iraq war of 2003 : unfolding and unfinished / Rick Fawn
Key global actors. The United States : belligerent hegemon / Stephen Zunes
The United Kingdom : fateful decision / Rosemary Hollis
France : defender of international legitimacy / Jolyon Howorth
Germany : solidarity without adventures / Graham Timmins
Russia : diminished power / Stephen White
Central and Eastern Europe : independent actors or supplicant states? / Rick Fawn
Japan : bandwagoning "lopsided power" / Yukiko Miyagi
Canada : outside the Anglo-American fold / Rick Fawn
Key regional actors. Syria : defying the hegemon / Raymond Hinnebusch
Jordan : appeasing the hegemon / Neil Quilliam
Saudi Arabia : the challenge of the US invasion of Iraq / Madawi al-Rasheed
The Palestinians : finding no freedom in liberation / Rex Brynen and David Romano
Iran : wary neutral / Eric Hooglund
Israel : major beneficiary / Clive Jones
Turkey : recalcitrant ally / Gareth Winrow
Context and consequences. War and resistance in Iraq : from regime change to collapsed state / Toby Dodge
From sanctions to occupation : The US impact on Iraq / John Gee
Islamic militancy / Henry Munson
Oil and the global economy / Atif Kubursi
The role of the United Nations / Ian Williams
The role of international law and ethics / Anthony F. Lang, Jr.
Theoretical implications. Hegemonic stability theory reconsidered : implications of the Iraq war / Raymond Hinnebusch
Lessons of the Iraq war / Raymond Hinnebusch and Rick Fawn
The Iraq war : unfolding and unfinished / Rick Fawn
Key global actors. The United States : belligerent hegemon / Stephen Zunes
The United Kingdom : fateful decision, divided nation / Rosemary Hollis
France : defender of international legitimacy / Jolyon Howorth
Germany : solidarity without adventures / Graham Timmins
Russia : diminished power / Stephen White
Central and Eastern Europe : independent actors or supplicant states? / Rick Fawn
Japan : a bandwagoning "lopsided power" / Yukiko Miyagi
Canada : outside the Anglo-American fold / Rick Fawn
Key regional actors. Syria : defying the hegemon / Raymond Hinnebusch
Jordan : appeasing the hegemon / Neil Quilliam
Saudi Arabia : the challenge of the US invasion of Iraq / Madawi al-Rasheed
The Palestinians : finding no freedom in liberation / Rex Brynen and David Romano
Iran : wary neutral / Eric Hooglund
Israel : major beneficiary / Clive Jones
Turkey : recalcitrant ally / Gareth Winrow
Context and consequences. War and resistance in Iraq : from regime change to collapsed state / Toby Dodge
From sanctions to occupation : the US impact on Iraq / John Gee
Islamic militancy / Henry Munson
Oil and the global economy / Atif Kubursi
The role of the United Nations / Ian Williams
The role of international law and ethics / Anthony F. Lang, Jr.
Theoretical implications. Hegemonic stability theory reconsidered : implications of the Iraq war / Raymond Hinnebusch
Lessons of the Iraq war / Raymond Hinnebusch and Rick Fawn
Subject Headings: Iraq War, 2003-2011 Influence Iraq War, 2003-2011 Causes
Topical Term: Iraq War, 2003-2011
Iraq War, 2003-2011
Additional Contributors: Hinnebusch, Raymond A.
Fawn, Rick
LCCN: 2006002386
ISBN: 1588264386
1588264130
Research Call Number: JFE 06-10080
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