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Choosing War: The Decision to Invade Iraq and its Aftermath
Joseph J. Collins (au)
Outlines how the U.S. chose to go to war in Ieaq, how its decisonmaking process functioned, and what improvements could be made in theat process. Finding that U.S. efforts were hobbled by faulty assumptions, flawed planning, and continuing inability to create adequate security conditions in Iraq, Collins concludes with several recommendations to improve the decisonmaking process for copmplex contingency operations, such as developing a new planning charter, improving the interagency planning process, and strengthening interagency execution. This study is aimed at developing an interagency reform agenda that would parallel the historic Goldwater-Nichols Dept. of Defense Reorganization Act of 1986.
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