Economic Reconstruction During War-Time: Academic Perspectives For Assisting Marine Efforts at Providing Stability to Iraq
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In a significant policy statement1 released toward the end of 2005 the United States outlined its strategy for victory in Iraq. Victory is defined in terms of a sequential set of completed goals: (1) Short term, Iraq is making steady progress in fighting terrorists, meeting political milestones, building democratic institutions, and standup security forces; (2) Medium term, Iraq is in the lead defeating terrorists and providing its own security, with a fully constitutional government in place and on its way to achieving its economic potential; and (3) Longer term, Iraq is peaceful, united, stable and secure, well integrated into the international community and a full partner in the war on terrorism.
II Marine Expeditionary Force Stabilization and Economic Reconstruction Roundtable Chapel Hill, NC -- November 1-2, 2006 Last Revision – November 7, 2006
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