Iraq: Preventing a New Generation of Conflict
Markus E. Bouillon, David Malone, Ben Rowswell
Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2007 - Political Science - 351 pages
This volume brings together many authoritative voices, all offering options to help avoid the worst in Iraq. [It] emphasizes the importance for us. [This book], to lay the foundations for a new and inclusive social contract. It sheds light on how we can work amongst ourselves, with our neighbors, and with the international community to prevent the loss of yet another generation of Iraqis to conflict and instability.
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