TITLE

People Power

AUTHOR(S)
Friedman, Thomas L.
PUB. DATE
June 2004
SOURCE
New Republic;6/28/2004, Vol. 230 Issue 24, p27
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on Iraq and whether the country needs a dictatorship or can be governed by democracy. Idea that Iraq needs to be made secure enough so Iraqis can decide their fate; Discussion of the outlook for Iraq's sovereignty after June 30; View that the Baathists and Al Qaeda sympathizers will disrupt Iraq's government unless there is a military strong enough to control them; Opinion on the military strategy chosen by George W. Bush for the Iraq War; Danger from Muslim extremists that will affect the world and Muslim civilization; Belief of the author that the war in Iraq diverted the United States from its war on terrorism elsewhere in the world; Threat from PMDs, or people of mass destruction, the suicide bombers who are produced by failing Arab states.
ACCESSION #
13490116

 

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