Creating Enemies 2014

Creating Enemies 2014

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The Bush administration planned the invasion of Iraq to be a quick a€œin and outa€ operation without dedicating a large force for the invasion and the aftermath. The a€œhoneymoon perioda€ immediately after the invasion closed and the insurgency movement emerged and grew when the Coalition Provisional Authority disbanded the army and banned the Baa€™ath Party and most of its members from participating in the new government. The results of the orders created an insurgency war that the U.S. and Coalition forces had not planned to fight. The war created numerous domestic and foreign insurgency groups and militias as well as a largely under-governed area in Western Iraq on the Syrian border. The Syrian Civil War drew a number of groups into the country to fight along the pro-Shi`a and pro-Sunni factions. The insurgency war born in the aftermath of the invasion has created regional instability and conflict. The war has also crippled the U.S. in reacting to other global conflicts at a time when Russia is increasing its involvement in world affairs.(accessed March 13, 2014) 170Blair S. Williams, a€œHeuristic Biases in Military Decision Making, a€ Military Review ... With the 1st Marine Division in Iraq, 2003: No Greater Friend, No Worse Enemy (Quantico, VA: History Division Marine ... CA: Rand, 1993), xi. monograph_reports/2005/MR114.pdf (accessed May 27, 2014). ... New York: Penguin Books, 2007.111.

Title:Creating Enemies 2014
Author: David Mattingly
Publisher:Anchor Academic Publishing - 2015-09-15

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