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How War in Iraq Strengthened America's Enemies

Auteur : Peter Galbraith
Éditeur : Simon & Schuster Date & Lieu : 2008, New York
Préface : Pages : 206
Traduction : ISBN : 978-1-4165-6225-2
Langue : AnglaisFormat : 135x215 mm
Code FIKP : Liv. Eng. Gal. Uni. N°2710Thème : Politique

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How War in Iraq Strengthened America's Enemies

Unintended Consequences
How War in Iraq Strengthened
America's Enemies

Peter W. Galbraith

Simon & Schuster

Kurdistan: Situated in Iraq’s northeast, the Kurdistan Region is a de facto independent state with its own president, parliament, flag, and army. Kurdistan’s present boundaries follow the Green Line (shown as a dotted line on the map) that separated the Kurdish enclave established in 1991 from territory controlled by Saddam’s army.

The Disputed Areas: Kirkuk and its surrounding governorate are at the heart of an eighty-year territorial dispute between Kurds and Arabs. The Kurds, who have controlled Kirkuk since helping liberate the province in 2003, want a referendum, as required by Iraq’s Constitution, to determine whether Kirkuk is incorporated into Kurdistan. Kirkuk’s Arabs and Turkmen oppose the referendum, which was postponed front its constitutionally required December 31, 2007, deadline. Kurds also claim a swath of territories south and west of ...

Peter W. Galbraith served as the first U.S. ambassador to Croatia. The author of the New York Times bestseller The End of Iraq, he is currently the Senior Diplomatic Fellow at the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation and a contributor to The New York Review of Books. He lives in Vermont.

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