U.S.'s Foreign Policy and Nation-State Building in Iraq

Ali Mohamadian


In recent years, the issue of war and USA's unilateral actions in Middle East strategic zone made numerous debates among researchers of international relations, politicians, and diplomats. This formed political literature emphasized on two issues: the first one is about the way war actions taking place and its legitimacy in countries, and the second and more important one is about efficiency of USA in establishing stability, security and facing its unknown consequences in considered countries. In this respect, Nation-State building can be viewed based on the second issue. This article deals with transformations and events based on Nation-State building after Saddam fell from power. The aim is to see to what extent USA got ahead the Nation-State building project and what issues threaten this project.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/ass.v8n1p236

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