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My only criticism is that the reading at times seems a little too 20/20 hindsight.
In any case, Mr. Haass' book is destined to become an go-to source for readers interested in American policy making during the two Iraq wars.
I wanted to learn things from this book but kept getting distracted by the author being so full of himself!
Author spoke more of his own role in our government than I had an interest Learned nothing of this foreign country.Published 2 months ago by bridget bardot
I decided to read this book due to its tie to the Iraq War's. I am an Iraq War veteran and am doing all I can to better understand the decisions made that greatly effected me... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Anthony T.
Very Important book for scholars and history geeks..I changed my mind on many levels when I finnished this book..Great work Mr. Haass. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Eli
Useful account from the inside but also a biased one. Useful for students of foreign policy who are interested in The First Gulf War!Published 16 months ago by Lars G.
I purchased this book from Strand's in NYC. One of the best $1 purchases I ever made. Richard Hass, the author, was an insider in the Bush administrations. Read morePublished on September 12, 2011 by Whetstone Guy
"War of Necessity, War of Choice" is Richard Haass' memoir/analysis of the two Iraq wars. Haass worked at the NSC during the first war, playing a key role shaping U.S. policy. Read morePublished on February 10, 2011 by not me