What After Iraq? is a timely and hardnosed appraisal of what happens when America’s adventure in Iraq ends. Starting with the war’s origins and its remarkable parallels with Vietnam, national security expert Donald M. Snow then turns to offering a fresh and original breakdown of the domestic and international consequences, ranging from the effect on future military missions to the 2008 presidential election. For readers who want a pause from the punditry and a more thoughtful consideration of Iraq and America’s future, What After Iraq? collects all of the key facts and figures in one place and briskly sets forth the lessons to be learned from our latest involvement in the Middle East.
"This book fills a real void in the debate on the Iraq War. Written in veteran security analyst Don Snow's always lively and thought-provoking style, What After Iraq? offers a unique and indispensable perspective."-Lawrence J. Korb, Center for American Progress
Read the author's blog at www.whatafteriraq.com.
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Table of Contents
PART I. THE CONTEXT
Chapter 1. Kuwait City to Baghdad
Chapter 2. A Tale of Two Wars
Chapter 3. On the Domestic Front
Chapter 4. Iraqification
PART II. THE CONSEQUENCES
Chapter 5. No More Iraqs
Chapter 6. Restoring American Military Force
Chapter 7. Forecasting American Security