Douglas J. Feith discusses the dynamics of the first Bush term, and describes how we make foreign policy decisions. The following warnings appeared in a 2002 Bush administration memorandum:"US could fail to find WMD on the ground in Iraq." "Post-Saddam stabilization and reconstruction efforts by the United States could take not two to four years, but eight to ten years.""Iraq could experience ethnic strife among Kurds, Sunnis, and Shia."The author of the memo was Donald Rumsfeld, former United States Secretary of Defense, and it included a powerful analysis of the downsides of going to war in Iraq. Why then, did one of the decade's most important foreign policy decisions go the other way? Douglas J. Feith, former United States Undersecretary of Defense for Policy (2001 through 2005) discusses the dynamics of the first Bush term, and describes how we make foreign policy decisions.moreless
Please read the following before uploading
Do not upload anything which you do not own or are fully licensed to upload. The images should not contain any sexually explicit content, race hatred material or other offensive symbols or images. Remember: Abuse of the TV.com image system may result in you being banned from uploading images or from the entire site – so, play nice and respect the rules!