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In addition, it analyzes the question of the beneficiary in broader terms by looking at possible ways, long and short-term impacts. It also considers economic and interest of China and US concerning the aftermath of the war.
This article notes that China has emerged as the biggest economic beneficiary of the war by snagging five lucrative deals, hence helping the nation to overcome its security risks. It also notes that China displaced US as Iraq’s trading partner making them loose on many opportunities and trade ties.
The article notes that Iraq-US war led to the death of over 4500 soldiers and over 30,000 injured and more than $1 trillion operational cost in the US. Similarly, US failed to establish capitalist democracy, making them loose. On the other hand, Iraq lost over 100,000 civilians and the displacement of over 2 million people. This was a loss to the two nations involved in the war.
The book talks about grafts in the Administration of George Bush and the ways it went down as a lasting damage to the country. The book also outlines the decisions that Bush took to invade Iraq without any positive impact on the Americans. According to the book, the US was a loser in the war against Iraq, and it will take the nation decades to recover from the effects.
The book notes that neither US nor Iraq won the battle since they all loss because there was material waste among other factors. US failed to achieve its control, but instead laid a framework for other nations such as China to take control of Iraq. It concludes by stating that political mileage was never reached as America had anticipated, and this led to their loss.
The author of this book argues that the US-Iraq war was a blessing to the enemies since Iraq benefited because Shiite got power after eighty years of oppression and exclusion under the leadership of Saddam Hussein. There was power balance in Iraq as minority communities
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Trombold attempts to tear down the ethnocentric idea of American Exceptionalism, by studying what a false, exceedingly harmful and historically inaccurate ideal it really was.
The International Journal of Postcolonial Studies releases a journal entitled Interventions, which is published by Routledge,Co., Routledge is a subsidiary publisher of Taylor and Francis Group, the oldest Literary Journal in the world.
The perspective taken for this analysis the period between 1979 and 2000, and a comparison is made over 23 different countries. All countries demonstrate growth in the demand for oil, despite price fluctuations.
The book gives a history of the Persian Gulf the conflicts that have arisen due to the interest in the Persian Gulf by the powerful nations of the world. The book gives the importance of the Persian Gulf and why America is interested in having control over the Persian
Their roots can be traced back to End of First World War, the bitter feeling on sides of the nations who suffered defeat and could not achieve their objectives and most importantly the alliances and treaties that were
This chapter of the book focuses on the rising deficit of USA , decreasing savings among corporate and households and increasing external debt liabilities of USA. It explores the interrelationship among the three. It warns that exports from USA are continually decreasing with the rise of China which makes our external debt huge.
This invasion marks the first military action of the Cold War.
Bachrach describes the formation of the two Koreas. He states that since the beginning of the 20th Century, Korea had been part of the Japanese Empire but it
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Ahmadizadeh, M.J., Ahmadi, K., Eskandari, H., Falsafinejad, M.R., Borjali, A., Anisi, J., and Teimoori, M. (2010). Improvement in quality of life after exposure therapy, problem solving and combined therapy in chronic war-related post traumatic stress
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