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Review: Review Article: Determinants and Consequences of Iraq's Troubled History: A Review of Eight Contemporary Books on Iraq
Reviewed Works: Inventing Iraq: The Failure of Nation Building and a History Denied by Toby Dodge; Iraq Between the Two World Wars: The Military Origins of Tyranny by Reeva Spector Simon; Iraq: The Human Cost of History by Rareq Y. Ismael, William W. Haddad; Saddam's War of Words: Politics, Religion and the Iraqi Invasion of Kuwait by Jerry M. Long; Dancing with Saddam: The Strategic Tango of Jordanian-Iraqi Relations by David Schenker; The Iraq War: Hidden Agendas and Bablonian Intrigue, the Regional Impact on Shi'ites, Kurds and Arabs by Raphael Israeli; The Iraq War: Strategy, Tactics and Military Lessons by Anthony H. Cordesman; Building Democracy in Iraq by Yash Ghai, Mark Lattimer, Yahia Said
Review by: Rodney Wilson
British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies
Vol. 32, No. 2 (Nov., 2005), pp. 241-248
Published by: Taylor & Francis, Ltd.
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/30037694
Page Count: 8
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