Should the war on terrorism target Iraq? What would such a mission entail? How would our NATO partners react to such a move?
Philip H. Gordon, foreign policy studies senior fellow at The Brooking’s Institution, was online answering questions about Iraq, the war on terrorism and the international implications of a U.S. attack on Saddam.
The discussion is part of a regular series developed by Brooking’s America’s Response to Terrorism project and washingtonpost.com to examine the key policy questions related to the U.S. fight against terrorism.
A transcript is available at washingtonpost.com.
Congress is mulling all kinds of legislation to defund the UN... there is a real convergence between Israeli populism and American populism, which if translated into policy could also have geostrategic implications.