Iraq and the Crimes of Aggressive War

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Iraq and the Crimes of Aggressive War From the torture of detainees at Abu Ghraib to unnecessary military attacks on civilians this book is an account of the violations of international criminal law committed during the United States inv
  • Title: Iraq and the Crimes of Aggressive War
  • Author: John Hagan Joshua Kaiser Anna Hanson Daniel Rothenberg
  • ISBN: 9781107104532
  • Page: 214
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From the torture of detainees at Abu Ghraib to unnecessary military attacks on civilians, this book is an account of the violations of international criminal law committed during the United States invasion of Iraq Taking stock of the entire war, it uniquely documents the overestimation of the successes and underestimation of the failings of the Surge and Awakening policieFrom the torture of detainees at Abu Ghraib to unnecessary military attacks on civilians, this book is an account of the violations of international criminal law committed during the United States invasion of Iraq Taking stock of the entire war, it uniquely documents the overestimation of the successes and underestimation of the failings of the Surge and Awakening policies The authors show how an initial cynical framing of the American war led to the creation of a new Shia dominated Iraq state, which in turn provoked powerful feelings of legal cynicism among Iraqis, especially the Sunni The predictable result was a resilient Sunni insurgency that reemerged in the violent aftermath of the 2011 withdrawal Examining than a decade of evidence, this book makes a powerful case that the American war in Iraq constituted a criminal war of aggression.
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      Published :2019-09-04T16:41:17+00:00

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    Useful new research on Iraq, based on a series of surveys administered at various points during the past 12 years The book demonstrates that Sunnis developed legal cynicism in response to increased exposure to occupation led violence, which framed their interpretations of post 2003 state led norms The book is a bit repetitive but nonetheless valuable for its empirical data and quantitative approach.

    This book does an excellent job of analyzing the US invasion and occupation of Iraq, and the descent of Iraq into insurgency and civil war, through existing frameworks in the field of criminology and with original, social scientific research and empirical data It presents a stark and uncompromising picture of just how deeply unpopular the US occupation was The book draws on existing research around how populations and institutions engage in legal cynicism , where public institutions particularly [...]

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