Shibboleth Slaying in a Post-Saddam Iraq; Strategic Insights: v.1, issue 4 (June 2003)
Russell, James A.
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As the United States marches inexorably towards regime change in Baghdad, the critical issue facing policy makers is determining what happens after Saddam is removed from power. This document suggest that, to produce a preferred outcome for Iraq in the post-Saddam period, the United States and its potential partners must address a number of critical assumptions that have gone unchallenged as the international community focused on containing Saddam during the 1990s.
This article appeared in Strategic Insights (June 2002), v.1 no.4
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