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Second Coming US War on Iraq 2003 : An Indian Perspective

Sreedhar and S N Malakar

ISBN 10: 8188684147 / ISBN 13: 9788188684144
Editorial: Academic Excellence, Delhi, 2004
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Contents Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Bush's War pre emptive thought process/Pinaki Bhattacharya. 3. Making the UN ineffective/Anusha Lall. 4. Persian Gulf mixed response/S.N. Pattanayak. 5. End of the OPEC/Sreedhar. 6. India's middle path/G. Ajay Yadav. 7. The great debate/G. Ajay Yadav. 8. Emerging scenarios in West Asia/Chintamani Mahapatra and Sreedhar. Appendix. Index. The new millennium literally began with a bang. The terrorists attack on World Trade Centre and Pentagon in the USA in September 2001 followed by a US launched wars on Afghanistan in October 2001 and on Iraq in March 2003. Both the wars were started by the pole super power in the global order the United States of America. Of the three events the war on Iraq is unique in many ways. At this point of time in history all one can say is the USA hated Saddam Hussein in Iraq and decided to remove him power. The West Asian observers in New Delhi look at it that way though some commentators gave different reasons. Some argued of the oil factor some others argued about Israeli factor and few argued that it is due to WMD's of Saddam Hussein. This part of the world however gives little credence to these reasons. Though there was some hectic lobbying the Indian Parliament expressed its disapproval of the USA's Iraq action. Next came the issue of sending Indian armed forces to Iraq to assist the USA in restoring a semblance of order there. After an intense debate the Government of India thought it is prudent to stay back. The subsequent events have shown that situation in Iraq is showly drifting to near chaos. Saddam Hussein might have been captured by the US Army but a section the Islamic World and the Arab World in particular saw the regime change in Iraq by extra regional powers as a confrontation between their faith and that of others. In the process the sole super power's legitimacy of such an action and how to stop it have come to the forefront. Some others see that the US action in Iraq had a demonstrative effect on others and put an end to issues such as nuclear proliferation and pan Islamic world. One can say at this point of time that the security equilibrium of the world has got into a spin. All these and other related issues have been discussed in this volume. This volume perspectives of a group of eminent scholars who are watching the region over the years. It will help the scholars academicians and policy makers to understand how people from the New Delhi look upon the unfolding events in Iraq. 244 pp. N° de ref. de la librería 51392

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Título: Second Coming US War on Iraq 2003 : An ...

Editorial: Academic Excellence, Delhi

Año de publicación: 2004

Encuadernación: Hardbound

Condición del libro:As New

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