Smart Power: Toward a Prudent Foreign Policy for America
Foreign policy expert Ted Galen Carpenter confronts the global challenges America faces, outlining a practical strategy that protects America's security while avoiding unnecessary and unrewarding military adventures. He looks at how U.S. forces remain mired in a nation-building mission in Iraq, while disagreements over Iraq policy and other matters have soured Washington's relations with long-time European allies.
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Trying to Thwart the Drive to War against Iraq
False Historical Analogies on Iraq
Assessing the Iraq Debacle
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