Defeating Terrorism/developing Dreams: Beyond 9/11 and the Iraq War, Volume 4
Arthur B. Shostak
Infobase Publishing, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 120 pages
This new series aims to address the questions and concerns of two of the most important events of modern life--the tragedy of 9/11 and the shock and awe of the second Gulf War. Each volume analyzes key aspects of political, cultural, and economic issues in the Iraq conflict through the essays of foreign policy experts, theorists, and first hand witnesses. Fourteen original essays explore the post-war challenges that will confront the nation in the coming months. What will the lasting impact of the war be? What toll has the war taken on United States' world image? What role has wartime journalism played in Iraq? What recovery aids will Iraq need in the coming months/years?
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