Searching for a Post-Saddam Regional Security Architecture
Russell, James A.
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There has been a great deal of discussion and controversy over U.S. policy toward Iraq and what that country’s future might--or should--be. Yet one important neglected issue is how an altered Iraq might affect regional security in the Persian Gulf and in what ways a post- Saddam Gulf might be made more stable and secure. This article discusses past U.S. policy toward the area and proposes ideas for future efforts to promote regional peace and prosperity.