How to Get Out of Iraq with Integrity - O'Leary, Brendan
47,99 €
versandkostenfrei*

inkl. MwSt.
Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen
24 °P sammeln
    Gebundenes Buch

Both the Iraqi and the American people want the United States to withdraw from Iraq. "How to Get Out of Iraq with Integrity" presents an incisive and bold argument that shows how to do just that without betraying U.S. commitments to Arabs, Kurds, or democracy.

Produktbeschreibung
Both the Iraqi and the American people want the United States to withdraw from Iraq. "How to Get Out of Iraq with Integrity" presents an incisive and bold argument that shows how to do just that without betraying U.S. commitments to Arabs, Kurds, or democracy.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: UNIV OF PENNSYLVANIA PR
  • Seitenzahl: 263
  • Erscheinungstermin: Januar 2009
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 239mm x 162mm x 29mm
  • Gewicht: 603g
  • ISBN-13: 9780812242010
  • ISBN-10: 0812242017
  • Artikelnr.: 25941504
Autorenporträt
Brendan O'Leary is Lauder Professor of Political Science and Director of the Program in Ethnic Conflict at the University of Pennsylvania. He has written or edited fifteen books, including Terror, Insurgency, and the State: Ending Protracted Conflicts and The Future of Kurdistan in Iraq, both also available from University of Pennsylvania Press.
Inhaltsangabe
Preface
PART I. EVALUATING THE U.S.-LED INTERVENTION IN IRAQ
Chapter 1. The Bush Administration's Formal Goals
Chapter 2. Bipartisan Congressional Goals for Iraq
Chapter 3. The Imputed Goals of the Bush Administration
PART II. THE CASE FOR A SUBSTANTIVE WITHDRAWAL
Chapter 4. Costs, Sunk Costs, and Potential Benefits
Chapter 5. Securing the Iraqi Federation for All Its Peoples
PART III. LEAVING WITH INTEGRITY
Chapter 6. Respecting Iraq's Constitutional Integrity
Chapter 7. Respecting Iraq's Territorial Integrity
Chapter 8. Informing, Calming, and Working with the Neighbors.
Chapter 9. Cleaning Up Without Ruling
Appendices
1. On Difficulties in Counting Deaths in Iraq
2. Xenophobia, Sexism, In-Group Solidarity, Traditional Religiosity, and Democratic Dispositions in Iraq
Notes
Index
Acknowledgments and Sources