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ISBN: 1597973009
Author: Steven Metz,Peter J. Munson
Language: English
Publisher: Potomac Books (June 1, 2009)
Pages: 332
Category: Humanities
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Iraq in Transition book. Along the way, Peter Munson, an officer and Middle East specialist in the Marine Corps who ha Winner of the 2010 San Diego Book Awards Association Prize in General Non-Fiction Iraq in Transition takes the reader on a journey from Iraq’s troubled history through the country’s invasion and chaotic collapse of governance to the fragile state. of political development today.

Iraq in Transition provides a complete history beginning with how Iraq was formed, the impact of Islam, and the 'rise of the tribes' within Iraq's power structures.

mission in Iraq has unfolded since the fall of Baghdad. Munson’s understanding of academic works on Iraq and debates in policy-making circles is impressive. Iraq in Transition provides a complete history beginning with how Iraq was formed, the impact of Islam, and the 'rise of the tribes' within Iraq's power structures.

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Steven Metz 2009-03-17). Iraq in Transition is one of the most detailed and readable analyses of the evolution of the violence within Iraq. Peter Munson brings his expert knowledge, interest, and experience to this superb work. He describes, in depth, those factors of culture and history that worked against the overly optimistic assessments of Pentagon planners in the work up to the Iraq intervention. This is a must-read for those who want to understand the critical lessons of failing to include a true understanding of complex cultures and situations in planning for war. -General Anthony C. Zinni, USMC (Re. (General Anthony C. 2009-03-17).

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The Legacy of Dictatorship and the Prospects for Democracy.

Iraq in Transition : The Legacy of Dictatorship and the Prospects for Democracy. Winner of the 2010 San Diego Book Awards Association Prize in General Non-Fiction Iraq in Transition takes the reader on a journey from Iraq's troubled history through the country's invasion and chaotic collapse of governance to the fragile state of political development today.

Along the way, Peter Munson, an officer and Middle East specialist in the Marine Corps who has . attempt at transition to democracy in Iraq

Along the way, Peter Munson, an officer and Middle East specialist in the Marine Corps who has participated in operations in the Middle East, Afghanistan, and Africa, explains the social, cultural, and political roots of violent conflict and political confrontation among Iraq’s numerous factions. attempt at transition to democracy in Iraq. Utilizing both academic and military insight, Munson explains how Saddam’s demise and the crisis of governance that followed produced a vacuum that allowed narrow and opportunistic sectarian power groups to step into the breach

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Iraq in Transition takes the reader on a journey from Iraq's troubled history through the country's invasion . The path from the 2003 invasion to the current tenuous Iraqi state has largely been shaped by legacies of dictatorship.

Iraq in Transition takes the reader on a journey from Iraq's troubled history through the country's invasion and chaotic collapse of governance to the fragile state of political development today. Along the way, Peter Munson, an officer and Middle East specialist in the Marine Corps who has participated in operations in the Middle East, Afghanistan, and Africa, explains the social, cultural, and political roots of violent conflict and political confrontation among Iraq's numerous factions.

**Winner of the 2010 San Diego Book Awards Association Prize in General Non-Fiction**Iraq in Transition takes the reader on a journey from Iraq’s troubled history through the country’s invasion and chaotic collapse of governance to the fragile state of political development today. Along the way, Peter Munson, an officer and Middle East specialist in the Marine Corps who has participated in operations in the Middle East, Afghanistan, and Africa, explains the social, cultural, and political roots of violent conflict and political confrontation among Iraq’s numerous factions. Instead of rehashing American policy and ideology, Munson addresses the local aspects of the crisis, providing a solid basis for understanding the many important decisions to come regarding the intervention in Iraq.This book fills a void in the literature by synthesizing the available information in both English and Arabic to provide a unique perspective on the people behind the violent and conflictual attempt at transition to democracy in Iraq. Utilizing both academic and military insight, Munson explains how Saddam’s demise and the crisis of governance that followed produced a vacuum that allowed narrow and opportunistic sectarian power groups to step into the breach. The path from the 2003 invasion to the current tenuous Iraqi state has largely been shaped by legacies of dictatorship. Striking progress has been made in security and political development, but Iraqis still have a great deal to overcome to establish themselves on the slow climb toward a peaceful and stable democracy. With a foreword by Steven Metz, professor of national security affairs at the U.S. Army War College and author of Iraq and the Evolution of American Strategy (Potomac Books, Inc., 2008).

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