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Iraq War

Similarities Between the war in Iraq and the Vietnam War As time passes, every society endures situations which stress its' very fabric. Each societies' history is sprinkled with these situations. One such situations which the United States underwent was the Vietnam war. For years this particular event has been hotly debated. Hardly anyone who was present at the time agrees on any point concerning this war, except that they regret it. It has become "the greatest American foreign policy calamity...

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War in Iraq

How did the Iraqi War effect the Presidential election? After September 11, President Bush and his administration, associated the Iraqi regime with terrorism, and said Iraq had the capacity to produce Weapons of Mass Destruction, which could be used by terrorists to threaten the United States. Therefore, encouraging the U.S. citizens to support Bush and reelect him as President because he would take action by sending troops to Iraq, to find Saddam and other terrorists, while obtaining weapons that...

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Iraq War

school February 24, 2014 Result of Iraq War In March 20, 2003, the Iraq War was an invasion force led by the United States. In the beginning, the government led by George W. Bush claimed that this military operation was necessary in order to attack terrorism and eliminate the extensive chemical weapons. However, the Iraq War killed hundreds of thousands of people, and the United States has billions of dollars in debt. The huge social unrest that the war caused in Iraq, happen despite the lack of evidence...

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The Iraq War

The Iraq War The Iraq war was an armed conflict in Iraq that consisted of two phases. The first was an invasion of Ba'athist Iraq starting on 20 March 2003 by an invasion force led by the United States. It was followed by a longer phase of fighting, in which an insurgency emerged to oppose coalition forces and the newly formed Iraqi government. The U.S. completed its withdrawal of military personnel in December 2011. However, the Iraqi insurgency continues and caused thousands of fatalities...

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Iraq War

S. invasion of Iraq. Regardless of your views on the wisdom of that decision, it's fair to say that the results were not what most Americans expected.  Now that the war is officially over and most U.S. forces have withdrawn, what lessons should Americans (and others) draw from the experience? There are many lessons that one might learn, of course, but here are my Top 10 Lessons from the Iraq War. Lesson #1:  The United States lost. The first and most important lesson of Iraq war is that we didn't...

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War in Iraq

more for the failed Iraq war. Congress is gearing up to pour more money to "stay the course" of the past two tragic years. Tell your Member of Congress that not one more dime should go to waging war in Iraq. Instead, the U.S. must end the occupation, bring our troops home, and support Iraqi sovereignty. Many good-intentioned people in the United States say we can't withdraw our troops now and abandon Iraqis to chaos and disorder. Yet the U.S. presence on the streets of Iraq is fueling animosity...

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The war in Iraq

b The War in Iraq By Chris Joseph Year 9 What were the negative effects of the US-led invasion of Iraq on the Iraqi people? The war in Iraq was costly, highly opposed and in the end, quite disastrous. It caused a humanitarian crisis in Iraq; there were serious political consequences, economic consequences, and the destruction of Iraq’s cultural heritage and so it is difficult for anyone to justify whether or not the war was worth it. Humanitarian Crisis Figure A Iraqi Refugees...

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Countries involved on the Iraq war

CHANGING CHARACTER OF WAR WHAT COUNTRIES WERE INVOLVED IN THE WAR? Apart from US, there were other countries involved on the Iraq’s war. USA’s main supporter was Britain. Even though British citizens were sure that UK shouldn’t join the war, Prime Minister Anthony Blair had a relationship with US President, George Bush, and said that UK was going to ‘pay’ this special relationship supporting and helping US in the war; he promise his full support to Bush and sent up to 30.000 troops. Presidents...

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The Iran-Iraq War

The Iran Iraq war officially began on Sept. 22, 1980, with an Iraqi land and air invasion of western Iran, although Iraq representatives to the UN maintained that Iran had been engaging in artillery attacks on Iraqi towns since Sept. 4. Iraqi president Saddam Husain claimed the war was actually a territorial dispute over the Shatt al Arab, a waterway that empties into the Persian Gulf and forms the boundary between Iran and Iraq. Iraq's foreign minister, Sa'adoun Hammadi, stated to the UN Security...

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Iraq War

Iraq War, Unjust or Just On March 19th 2003, President George W Bush opened his address to the nation by saying “My fellow citizens, at this hour American and coalition forces are in the early stages of military operations to disarm Iraq, to free its people and to defend the world from grave danger.” (CNN) Bush’s address was the beginning of a costly and long war that resulted in hundreds of thousands of causalities and a hefty increase in national debt. As the U.S slowly recovers from the tragedies...

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