Iraq: the neocon strategy
As is well known, in the months after 11 September 2001, the United States developed its strategy for a ‘global war on terror’. This strategy, the Bush Doctrine, signaled a strong preparedness to act unilaterally and pre-emptively and identified an ‘axis of evil’ — Iraq, Iran and North Korea — as its principal target. These states were singled out because they were deemed to be most likely to equip terrorist groups with weapons of mass destruction (WMD).
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