The Legacies of the Iraq War

Vance Serchuk

Center for a New American Security | 2015

“Perhaps the most instructive legacy of the Gulf War is that the U.S. response reveals many of the elements that would characterize – and bedevil – the exercise of American power over the next quarter-century, including some of the recurring blind spots and biases that would afflict subsequent administrations, Democratic and Republican alike.”

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