Overreach delusions of regime change in iraq michael macdonald add to cart product details hardcover 3200 o gbp2395 o eur2900 isbn 9780674729100 they maintained that by bringing about radical regime change the united states was promoting liberalism capitalism and democracy in iraq but what it did instead was unleash chaos. At first the war in iraq seemed to be going swimmingly within weeks the united states captured baghdad with few casualties iraqs army melted away saddam ducked into hiding the united states declared victory bush staged a celebratory landing on an aircraft carrier and neoconservatives debated publicly whether the next target for regime change should be iran or syria. The author fantastically rips to shreds the logic that separate the legitimacy of the regime change and those who pin its subsequent failures on the incompetency of the interventionists the author explains in length that failure stems from the this book offers a fresh perspective on the story behind the 2003 war of iraq. Michael macdonald author of overreach delusions of regime change in iraq and professor at williams college explains the core motivations that led the bush administration to invade iraq why . Michael macdonald author of overreach delusions of regime change in iraq and professor at williams college explains the core motivations that led the bush administration to invade iraq why invading iraq was about creating a neo liberal middle east chaos and the goal of market paradise in iraq breaking the iraqi state confusing the real problem with
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