Criticism of the Iraq War

Criticism Of The Iraq War

Criticism of the Iraq War

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The U.S. rationale for the Iraq War has faced heavy criticism from an array of popular and official sources both inside and outside the United States.  Putting this controversy aside, both proponents and opponents of the invasion have also criticised the prosecution of the war effort along a number of lines.  Most significantly, critics have assailed the U.S. and its allies for not devoting enough troops to the mission, not adequately planning for post-invasion Iraq, and for permitting and perpetrating widespread human rights abuses. As the war has progressed, critics have also railed against the high human and financial costs.

Some academics see such costs as inevitable until US foreign policy turns away from expanding US hegemony. Professor Chip Pitts accepts that an American empire exists, but argues that it is profoundly at odds with better instincts of US citizens and policymakers, and that rejecting neo-colonialism by military means as employed in the Iraq War is a prerequisite to restoring domestic civil liberties and human rights that have been infringed upon by an imperial presidency – while crucial, as well, to promoting peace and stability in the Middle East and other places of vital US interest. More...
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