Table of contents for After the war in Iraq : defining the new strategic balance / edited by Shai Feldman.


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INTRODUCTION	4
PART I: INTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONS	7
THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM AFTER THE WAR IN IRAQ/MARK A. HELLER	8
America After the Cold War: Last Man Standing?	8
Constraints on American Power and the Need for Partners	9
Building a Coalition on the Middle East	12
Uni-Multipolarity in the International System	16
THE FOREIGN AND DEFENSE POLICY OF THE BUSH 
ADMINISTRATION/ABRAHAM BEN-ZVI	19
An Overview of Twentieth Century US Foreign Policy	19
The Impact of September 11 on Foreign Policy	21
In the Aftermath of the War	26
DETERRENCE, PREVENTION, AND OTHER STRATEGIES/YAIR EVRON	31
An Analytical Framework	32
Rationales for the Iraq War	34
The War: Prevention, Deterrence, and Compellence	35
Iraqi Deterrence	38
Israeli Deterrence Before and After the War	40
THE US APPROACH TO ARMS CONTROL/EMILY B. LANDAU	45
The Bush Administration Approach	45
Arms Control Before and After the War	51
Implications for the Middle East	54
THE WAR IN IRAQ AND INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM/YORAM SCHWEITZER	57
The War and the Struggle against International Terrorism	57
Iraqi Involvement with International Terrorism	59
Terrorism's Lesser Role in the War	61
The Post-War Campaign against Terrorism	63
THE REVOLUTION IN MILITARY AFFAIRS AND THE OPERATION IN 
IRAQ/ISAAC BEN-ISRAEL	69
Background and Principal Moves	69
The Military Conceptual Approach and Doctrine	76
Implications for Israel	86
THE VICTORY IN IRAQ AND THE GLOBAL OIL ECONOMY/SHMUEL EVEN	92
Goal of the Offensive vis-à-vis the Oil Market	92
The Oil Market during the Crisis	95
The Iraqi Oil Economy: Current and Potential	96
The American Victory and the Balance of Power in the Oil Market	99
Implications for the Oil Market	101
MILITARY-MEDIA RELATIONS: EMBEDDING AS A CASE STUDY/HIRSH 
GOODMAND AND JONATHAN CUMMINGS	103
Embedding Media: The Rationale	104
Background to Embedding	106
Implementing the Policy	108
Results of the Media Strategy	112
PART II: REGIONAL AND ISRAELI DIMENSIONS	120
THE WAR IN IRAQ: REGIONAL IMPLICATIONS/EPHRAIM KAM	121
Constructing a New Regime and the Future of Iraq	122
The War's Impact on the Region	127
The War's Impact on Neighboring States	131
The Ramifications for Israel	136
ISRAELI-PALESTINIAN PEACEMAKING AFTER THE WAR/SHAI FELDMAN	138
Pre-War Developments	138
The Impact of the War	142
Constraints on the Road to Peace	144
Current Prospects for Peace	147
THE CASE OF IRAQ'S WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION/EPHRAIM ASCULAI
	149
The Iraqi Development Program	149
Iraqi Preparations for Renewed Inspections and the 2003 War	153
The US Search for WMD in Iraq	156
Residual Capabilities and Lessons for the Future	157
THE POST-WAR STRATEGIC BALANCE IN THE MIDDLE EAST/SHLOMO BROM
	160
Implications for the Actual Balance of Power	160
Implications for the Perceived Balance of Power	162
Likely Arab Inferences	165
The Strategic Implications After the War	168
THE ISRAELI PUBLIC AND THE WAR/ANAT KURZ AND TAMAR MALZ	171
National Consensus and Routine	171
The War in Iraq as a Test of Endurance	175
ISRAEL'S HOME FRONT DEFENSE POLICY/DAVID KLEIN	180
Layers of the Home Front Defense Policy	181
Assessing the Threat to the Population	183
Protective Measures	186
Assessment	190
THE NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGY OF THE UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA	193
CHRONOLOGY OF THE INTERNATIONAL INSPECTION REGIME IN IRAQ 
1991-2003	194
CONTRIBUTORS	200
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