9/11 and the Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq: A Chronology and Reference Guide
The first decade of the 21st century witnessed a watershed of political, economic, diplomatic, and military change as a direct result of the events of September 11, 2001. Through narrative chapters, a chronology of events, biographical sketches of principal players, and annotated primary documents, author Tom Lansford documents the domestic impact of the terrorist attacks that stunned the world as well as the subsequent "war on terror" and the invasions and occupations of Afghanistan and Iraq.
9/11 and the Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq: A Chronology and Reference Guide explores the origins and aftermath of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in both the domestic and international contexts. It addresses the rise of global terrorism and the concurrent histories of Afghanistan, Iraq, and the broader Middle East, as well as the interaction of the United States with the region. Events, trends, groups, and individual players are examined as part of the broader historical context, allowing readers to see the connections between these various elements.
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9/11 and the Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq: A Chronology and Reference GuideUser Review - Lura Sanborn - Book Verdict
Lansford (political science, international development & affairs, Univ. of Southern Mississippi; Judging Bush; Debating the War on Terrorism) analyzes the causes and effects of 9/11, including the ... Read full review
2 The 911 Attacks
3 Operation Enduring Freedom and the Invasion of Afghanistan
4 Civil Liberties and the War on Terror
5 Operation Iraqi Freedom
6 The Global War on Terror
7 The Insurgency in Iraq
8 The Insurgency in Afghanistan
9 US Politics the War on Terror and Iraq