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One Aftermath of 9/11 Feith in the Future 7 Douglas Feith, US Undersecretary of Defense for Policy Post Apocalyptic by Gwyn Winfield 10 Two War Against Saddam: Dissenting Voices Descending Staircase to Disaster 15 George Galloway MP The Father of the House 25 Tam Dalyell MP A Liberal Dose of Realpolitik 28 Sir Menzies Campbell MP War, Church and State 34 Dr. Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury The Road to Baghdad by Paul Moorcraft 37 In the Bunker 41 Tariq Aziz, former deputy Prime Minister of Iraq Three War Against Saddam: The "Official" Line The Beginning of the War 45 Geoff Hoon MP, UK Secretary of State for Defence British Air Power 51 Air Chief Marshal Sir Peter Squire Virtuous Intervention-and Good Luck 55 The Rt. Hon. Lord Hurd of Westwell, former Conservative Foreign Secretary Perles of Wisdom 59 Richard Perle, former US Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy CBW Genie Out of the Bottle? 65 Professor Richard Holmes, Cranfield University Last Chance Saloon 68 Peter Rodman, US Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs Four Conduct of the War: Overwhelming Iraq An Overview of Land, Sea and Air Operations 73 John Chisholm Desert Rat 78 Brigadier Graham Binns, 7 Armoured Brigade Allied Amphibious Assault 86 Major General Jim Dutton, Commandant General, Royal Marines Holding the Red Card 93 Rear Admiral David Snelson Engaging the Enemy More Closely 101 Lt. Commander Mike Leaney, Lt. Commander Andy Swain and Captain Roger Robinson-Brown Showdown in the Sun 105 Chief Warrant Officer Stacy Jeambert, 1st US Marine Division Five Operational Lessons Learned Ruler of the Queen's Navy 112 Admiral Sir Alan West, First Sea Lord Up Tempo 118 Lt. General Claude Christianson, Chief of Logistics, US Army Red Lessons 125 Lt. General Ronald Keys, deputy Chief of Staff for Air and Space Operations, USAF The Lessons of Iraq for the British Army 132 Brigadier R.A.M.S. (Mungo) Melvin, the Director of Land Warfare Six Imperial Overstretch Policing the World 140 Dr. John Mackinlay, War Studies Department, King's College, London The Long Haul 148 Richard Lee Armitage, US Deputy Secretary of State High-Intensity Warfare-But Only With the Yanks 153 Paul Keetch MP, Liberal Democrat defence spokesman "I Wasn't Going to Cut Your Throat" 156 Lord Guthrie, former UK Chief of Defence Staff Teaching UAVs to Dogfight? 163 General John Jumper, Chief of Staff, USAF Seven Ending and Resolving Wars: Afghanistan Afghanistan: A Personal Perspective 169 Paul Moorcraft Commanding the "Peace" 172 Major General John McColl, British commander, International Security Assistance Force Building Work Ahead 175 Gwyn Winfield Any Old Iron 179 Colonel Richard Davies, commander, UK Provincial Reconstruction Team, Mazar-i-Sharif Divide and Rule 183 General Mohammed Attah, General Abdul Dostum Tracking the Taliban 187 Donald Rumsfeld, US Secretary of Defense, and Lieutenant General David Barno, commander US forces, Afghanistan Not West Belfast 190 Colonel Mike Griffiths, British Army Eight Undertaking Occupation: Iraq A War of Unintended Consequences 195 Lindsey Hilsum, Channel Four News Int'l Editor Reinventing the Wheel 201 former US Ambassador Timothy Carney Needle in a Haystack 206 Dimitri Perricos, Executive Chairman of UNMOVIC Nine The Broader Middle East Conflict Sudan: the bin Laden Connection 215 Paul Moorcraft The West Bank: Can There Ever Be Peace? 226 Paul Moorcraft Israel's "War on Terror" 231 Brig. General Eival Gilady, Israeli Defense Force Battles in a Twice-Promised Land 236 Brig. General Gershon HaCohen, Israeli Defense Force Ten The Global War on Terror NATO: Modernization versus Marginalization 242 George Robertson, then Secretary General of NATO The Rumsfeld Question 247 Dr. Paul Cornish, Director, Centre for Defence Studies, King's College, London Eleven Homeland Security: The UK Example Battle of Britain Mark 2 253 Paul Moorcraft, Gwyn Winfield, John Chisholm Chasing Shadows 259 Patrick Mercer MP, the Conservative Shadow "Minister for Homeland Security" Eternal Vigilance 266 Nick Raynsford, the Minister responsible for UK resilience Heart to Hart 272 City of London Police Commissioner Dr. James Hart Finessing the Terrorist Threat 278 David Veness, Assistant Commissioner, specialist operations, Metropolitan Police Twelve Future Shock Paper Tiger: Real Teeth by Gwyn Winfield 285 A New Hundred Years' War? by Paul Moorcraft 292