Iraq--Let's Look before Leaping

Carstens, Roger D.
September 2002
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Sep2002, Vol. 128 Issue 9, p65
Conference Proceeding
Examines the issues involved in the looming military action of the U.S. against Iraq as of September 2002. Historical lack of the U.S. of a comprehensive plan representing a continuum from war termination through civil-military transition; Need for establishing and articulating a desired political end state; Need for a plan for the political consolidation of U.S. military success.


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