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Whether changing the regime in Iraq is a worthwhile US policy objective depends on what occurs in the aftermath of Saddam Hussein's departure. This volume explores the most urgent challenges for policymakers in a near-term scenario. In addressing the problem of how to overcome the 20-year legacy of brutality under Saddam's rule, the authors present ideas for limiting the chaos and revenge-taking that are likely to follow Saddam's overthrow, while examining the challenges that will arise for a new leadership attempting to ensure Iraqi social stability. This collection of analyses should be a useful resource for anyone interested in building a more hopeful future for the people of Iraq.

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Seven contributions explore ideas for rebuilding Iraq after the anticipated removal of Saddam Hussein. For example, the chief editor of Radio Free Iraq discusses ways of minimizing ethnic tensions while a lawyer with the Kurdistan Human Rights Organization talks about the importance of holding criminals accountable. Editor Clawson is deputy director of The Washington Institute. The volume is not indexed.
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Whether changing the regime in Iraq is a worthwhile U.S. policy objective depends in no small part on what occurs in the aftermath of Saddam Hussein's departure. This timely volume explores the most urgent challenges for policymakers.

Synopsis:

Whether changing the regime in Iraq is a worthwhile U.S. policy objective depends in no small part on what occurs in the aftermath of Saddam Hussein's departure. This timely volume explores the most urgent challenges for policymakers in a near-term scenario. In addressing the problem of how to overcome the twenty-year legacy of brutality under Saddam's rule, the authors present ideas for limiting the chaos and revenge-taking that are likely to follow Saddam's overthrow, while examining the challenges that will arise for a new leadership attempting to ensure Iraqi social stability. This unique collection of analyses will be an important resource for anyone interested in building a more hopeful future for the people of Iraq. Contributors include Ellen Laipson (president and CEO, Henry L. Stimson Center), Rend Rahim Francke (executive director, Iraq Foundation), Kamran Karadaghi (deputy director and chief editor, Radio Free Iraq), Michael Rubin (visiting scholar, American Enterprise Institute), Safwat Rashid Sidqi (cofounding member, Kurdistan Human Rights Organization), and Amatzia Baram (director, Jewish Arab Center and Gustav Heinemann Institute for Middle East Studies, University of Haifa).

Product Details

ISBN:
9780944029824
Editor:
Clawson, Patrick L.
Publisher:
Washington Institute for Near East Policy
Editor:
Clawson, Patrick L.
Author:
Clawson, Patrick L.
Location:
Washington, DC
Subject:
United states
Subject:
Politics and government
Subject:
Accounting - Governmental
Subject:
Iraq
Subject:
International Relations - General
Subject:
United States Politics and government.
Subject:
Hussein, Saddam
Subject:
Politics-United States Foreign Policy
Edition Description:
Includes bibliographical references.
Series Volume:
no. 114, summer 2001
Publication Date:
20021031
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
93
Dimensions:
9.44x6.10x.23 in. .34 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , Whether changing the regime in Iraq is a worthwhile U.S. policy objective depends in no small part on what occurs in the aftermath of Saddam Hussein's departure. This timely volume explores the most urgent challenges for policymakers.
"Synopsis" by , Whether changing the regime in Iraq is a worthwhile U.S. policy objective depends in no small part on what occurs in the aftermath of Saddam Hussein's departure. This timely volume explores the most urgent challenges for policymakers in a near-term scenario. In addressing the problem of how to overcome the twenty-year legacy of brutality under Saddam's rule, the authors present ideas for limiting the chaos and revenge-taking that are likely to follow Saddam's overthrow, while examining the challenges that will arise for a new leadership attempting to ensure Iraqi social stability. This unique collection of analyses will be an important resource for anyone interested in building a more hopeful future for the people of Iraq. Contributors include Ellen Laipson (president and CEO, Henry L. Stimson Center), Rend Rahim Francke (executive director, Iraq Foundation), Kamran Karadaghi (deputy director and chief editor, Radio Free Iraq), Michael Rubin (visiting scholar, American Enterprise Institute), Safwat Rashid Sidqi (cofounding member, Kurdistan Human Rights Organization), and Amatzia Baram (director, Jewish Arab Center and Gustav Heinemann Institute for Middle East Studies, University of Haifa).
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