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CONTENTS Preface 1. The Iraq War of 2003: Unfolding and Unfinished, Rick Fawn Part 1: Key Global Actors 2. The United States: Belligerent Hegemon, Stephen Zunes 3. The United Kingdom: Fateful Decision, Rosemary Hollis 4. France: Defender of International Legitimacy, Jolyon Howorth 5. Germany: Solidarity Without Adventures, Graham Timmins 6. Russia: Diminished Power, Stephen White 7. Central and Eastern Europe: Independent Actors or Supplicant States?, Rick Fawn 8. Japan: Bandwagoning "Lopsided Power", Yukiko Miyagi 9. Canada: Outside the Anglo-American Fold, Rick Fawn Part 2: Key Regional Actors 10. Syria: Defying the Hegemon, Raymond Hinnebusch 11. Jordan: Appeasing the Hegemon, Neil Quilliam 12. Saudi Arabia: The Challenge of the US Invasion of Iraq, Madawi al-Rasheed 13. The Palestinians: Finding No Freedom in Liberation, Rex Brynen and David Romano 14. Iran: Wary Neutral, Eric Hooglund 15. Israel: Major Beneficiary, Clive Jones 16. Turkey: Recalcitrant Ally, Gareth Winrow Part 3: Context and Consequences 17. War and Resistance in Iraq: From Regime Change to Collapsed State, Toby Dodge 18. From Sanctions to Occupation: The US Impact on Iraq, John Gee 19. Islamic Militancy, Henry Munson 20. Oil and the Global Economy, Atif Kubursi 21. The Role of the United Nations, Ian Williams 22. The Role of International Law and Ethics, Anthony F. Lang, Jr. Part 4: Theoretical Implications 23. Hegemonic Stability Theory Reconsidered: Implications of the Iraq War, Raymond Hinnebusch 24. Lessons of the Iraq War, Raymond Hinnebusch and Rick Fawn Bibliography The Contributors Index
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Iraq War, 2003- -- Causes.
Iraq War, 2003- -- Influence.