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War Without Consequences: Iraq's Insurgency and the Spectre of Strategic Defeat

Edited by Terence McNamee
RUSI Books, 29 February 2008
United States, US Defence Policy, International Security Studies, Defence Policy, UK
A retrospective on 2003 Iraq War, featuring contributions from Sir Jeremy Greenstock, former UK Ambassador to the UN and Special Envoy to Iraq, and Air Chief Marshal Sir Brian Burridge, and others

To mark the fifth anniversary of the start of the Iraq War, RUSI published a major retrospective on the conflict. War Without Consequences: Iraq’s Insurgency and the Spectre of Strategic Defeat features an Introduction by Sir Jeremy Greenstock, former UK Ambassador to the UN and Special Envoy to Iraq, and new writing by Air Chief Marshal Sir Brian Burridge, commander of the UK Joint Force during the invasion and early weeks of the war’s aftermath, Michael Clarke, Stephen Fidler and Thomas Donnelly.

This book also includes a compendium of analyses on the war published by RUSI since 2002 by Ryan Crocker, Eliot Cohen, Andrew Rathmell, Richard Sambrook, Jonathan Eyal, John Nagl, Gareth Stansfield, Douglas Hurd and Michael Codner.

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War Without Consequences: Iraq’s Insurgency and the Spectre of Strategic Defeat
Edited by Terence McNamee
154 pages
ISBN 0-85516-132-9

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