America's War for the Greater Middle East
A Military HistoryeBook - 2016
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"Would defeating ISIS actually solve anything? Probably not, since the conditions that had given rise to ISIS would still persist. Yet focusing on this particular manifestation of a larger problem provided an excuse to skip lightly past matters of far greater moment. It was like foreign drug cartels and the American epidemic of drug abuse and addiction. You can pretend that attacking the former will reduce the latter, but you're kidding yourself." pg.356
... a strategy that involves invading every country that harbors terrorist networks is naïve and unsustainable.
Bush doesn't want the Shiite fundamentalist rebels to topple Saddam: that would make Iran top dog in the Middle East.
Even before the Second Gulf War was fully underway conditions leading to a third were forming.
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