Introduction : Australia, Canada, and Iraq: perspectives on an invasion
The two long wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have now come to an end, at least insofar as the involvement of Western troops is concerned. Most Americans regarded Afghanistan as a war of necessity, forced upon the United States by an armed attack in the form of terrorist attacks in New York and Washington on September 11, 2001. By contrast, many Americans and most international observers viewed Iraq as a war of choice, the justification of which, its conduct and consequences, remain matters of...[Show more]
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