Us Intervention in Iraq

U.S. military intervention in Iraq in 2003

  1. The National Security Strategy of theUnited States after the attacks of September 11, 2001 – Problems with Iraq
After the actions that the different effect in the regime of Saddam Hussein brought the ambiguity of the United States, and conducted preventive diplomacy towards Iraq came to the point at which Iraq was at the heart of the unresolved problems of the international community. He returned to prominence as a consequence of the unresolved problems of the attack on America September 11, 2001 overthrow of Saddam Hussein's regime has become the second goal in the U.S. fight against terrorism. The first goal was the Taliban regime in Afghanistan and there in hiding Osama bin Laden. The events of 11 September 2001 were challenging for the measure announced in the early Bush administration changes to the strategy of relations with foreign countries. The coup has revealed that the threat of terrorism is a direct and immediate. Surprised the Americans realized how much their country is vulnerable to asymmetric threats from groups who, without being able to meet the military might of the United States, back to the unconventional methods of operation. He forced the administration to a speedy review of priorities in national security policy and the subordination of its fight against terrorism. The consequence of these changes were revalue the national security strategy. Contrary to announcements from the period of the election campaign of 2000 and the first months of his presidency not only has limited U.S. involvement in the international arena, but on the contrary - it has expanded. Due to the nature and scale of the engagement policy of the Bush team demonstrates the continuity of U.S. foreign policy and to continue the line adopted by the United States after the Second World War. At the same time, despite the suspicion, widespread since 11 September 2001 attack did not cause the retreat from unilateralism...