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Saddam's War: An Iraqi Military Perspective of the Iran-Iraq War: An Iraqi Mililtary Perspective of the Iran-Iraq War (McNair Papers 70) By National Defense University et al.
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How did the fall of Saddam Hussein’s regime look from the Iraqi perspective? That question triggered the Iraqi Perspective Project (IPP), sponsored by the U.S. Joint Forces Command and the... More > National Intelligence Council. The effort was named “Project 1946,” inspired by the methodology used by U.S. Army historians and intelligence officers working with former members of the German General Staff to develop an understanding of World War II from the German perspective. This McNair Paper covers a broad spectrum of Middle Eastern military history through the eyes of Iraqi Lieutenant General Ra’ad Hamdani, who held various command positions inn the 980-1988 war and, and during Operation Iraqi Freedom, commanded the II Republican Guard Corps. Interviewed in depth by Kevin Woods and Williamson Murray, General Hamdani shared his knowledge on a wide range of subjects, with emphasis on his experiences in Iraq’s long war against Iran.< Less
Precedents, Variables, And Options In Planning A U.S. Military Disengagement Strategy From Iraq By W. Andrew Terrill et al.
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The United States is engaged in a massive effort to rehabilitate the government and political culture of Iraq, following the destruction of the Saddam Hussein regime in spring 2003. The U.S. goal and... More > ideal for Iraq is the establishment and maintenance of a strong, self-sufficient, and forward-looking government. Currently, Iraq is in transition, as that country’s political leaders seek to establish a new, more representative form of government, while at the same time attempting to cope with a vicious ongoing insurgency. To accomplish these tasks, the government needs significant U.S. military support which will be reduced and then eliminated over time as the Iraqis hopefully become more self-sufficient. According to President George W. Bush in his June 25, 2005, address to the nation, “We will stay in Iraq as long as we are needed—and not a day longer.”< Less
Unholy Union By Scott MacLeod
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The year is 2008 and it's time for violent regime change in one of the most corrupt & chaotic nations on the planet: the USA. These fiercely satiric stories, mini-screenplays & eye-witness... More > reports chronicle the rise & demise of the Cheney administration from a wide variety of perspectives. This is real but it is fiction. This is what has been stolen from you & here it is being returned.< Less
Crimes of Empire By David Sivier
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The book discusses the current wars fought by the West in the Middle East, and shows that these are not being fought for humanitarian reasons, but are part of a long history of American coups and... More > political interference since World War II. These have been to overthrow regimes that have blocked or resisted American corporate or political interests. This policy is behind the Maidan Revolution in Ukraine, the invasions and attacks on Iraq, Libya and Syria, and conflicts with Russia and Iran.< Less
Half Ghan By Luigi Kleinsasser
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Based on recent history "half Ghan" discusses the deceptive foreign policies of the United States of America and the multiple wars they have engaged in and lost due to double-dealing. A... More > half-caste Australian aboriginal boy grows up to become the soldier to prepare the way for the U.S. invasions into Iraq and the resultant Regime change and the disaster which followed. Although historical, the author discusses human rights and how religion has effected the nations of the world.< Less
Half Ghan By Luigi Kleinsasser
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Based on recent history "half Ghan" discusses the deceptive foreign policies of the United States of America and the multiple wars they have engaged in and lost due to double-dealing. A... More > half-caste Australian aboriginal boy grows up to become the soldier to prepare the way for the U.S. invasions into Iraq and the resultant Regime change and the disaster which followed. Although historical, the author discusses human rights and how religion has effected the nations of the world.< Less
Regional Threats And Security Strategy: The Troubling Case Of Today’s Middle East By Strategic Studies Institute & James A. Russell
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Nearly 5 years after the United States invaded Iraq, the tremors from this cataclysmic event are still reverberating in the region and around the world. A new generation of jihadist extremists is... More > gaining experience on the battlefields of Iraq, and what passes for political authority seems increasingly wielded by nonstate groups via the point of a gun. All the surrounding states view developments in Iraq with varying levels of disquiet. Many commentators believe that the invasion has become the most important regional event framing political and military affairs since the 1967 Six-Day War. The war has dramatically altered internal political dynamics throughout the region, placing the regimes and their historically close relations with the United States under new pressures. All these forces are converging to frame a new strategic challenge to the United States and the international community, which has vital economic and political interests in ensuring regional stability and security.< Less
Development And Reform Of The Iraqi Police Forces By Strategic Studies Institute & Tony Pfaff
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Nearly every week, newspapers carry stories of the failure of the Iraqi police to provide basic civil security for the citizens of Iraq. Despite millions of dollars in aid, equipment, education, and... More > advisors, more than 4 years later police force development lags far behind the military. Numerous reasons are offered to account for this gap: corrupt practices left over from the previous regime, infiltration by militias, weak leadership, competition by better armed and organized criminal and militant groups, and so on. However, the military is also subject to these same influences, thus none of these explanations by themselves or in combination are satisfactory. But such an explanation is critical if policymakers and advisors are going to successfully facilitate police reform. This paper argues that the poor political and security environment impacts social, political, and cultural factors in ways that are predictable, understandable, and, with external help, resolvable.< Less
Pilgrimaging in Love: A Selection of Poems By Lida Sherafatmand
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Lida Sherafatmand is known as a painter, but over the years her poetry has been published in several anthologies and books. Born in 1977 in Iran (the old Persia), she experienced a childhood during... More > war time under the newly formed regime of the 1979 revolution. Her birth city, Khorramshahr was completely destroyed in the bombardments at the beginning of the Iran-Iraq war of the 1980's. At the age of 15 Lida discovered the Universal Declaration of Human Rights through Amnesty International, and she saw this declaration like an opening door to a more humane world, where people can be respected regardless their nationality or culture. Her paintings focused on human rights issues were published by major bodies such as Amnesty International, UN, UNESCO, and many non-governmental organisations. Her more recent art works appear on numerous art and cultural journals internationally. Lida is based in Malta.< Less
The Masada Protocol By Lee Broad
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The year is 2014. Iran has nuclear weapons and has annexed Iraq. Hezbollah won the most recent election and now controls Lebanon, while Hamas remains in command of Gaza. In 2012, NATO abandoned... More > Afghanistan, which has fallen to the Taliban. Strongman regimes have fallen in Egypt and elsewhere, leaving the door open to the Muslim Brotherhood and other extremist groups. Yet the Middle East is strangely quiet. It will prove to be the calm before a storm of historic proportions. Steve Barber, a seasoned Force Recon Marine now a Defense Department black operations specialist, teams up with Neena Shahud, a Mossad agent with attitude, first to save her life and then to find out why the Middle East is about to explode and stop it. By the time Steve and Neena have figured it out, it may be too late. If Masada, a fortified hill dating to biblical times and the object of an oath taken by Israel’s elite combat troops, is not to fall to enemies a second time, what will be the price? Who will pay it?< Less

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