LSE IDEAS Book Launch
Date: Monday 21 January 2013
Venue: Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker: Dr Toby Dodge
Chair: Professor Arne Westad
The 2003 invasion of Iraq was undertaken to dismantle a regime that had long threatened its own population and regional peace, as well as to establish a stable, democratic state in the heart of the Middle East. Toby Dodge analyses the evolution of the insurgency, the descent into civil war and the 'surge' as a counter-insurgency strategy and examines US and Iraqi efforts to reconstruct the state's military and civilian capacity.
Dr Toby Dodge is author of Iraq - From War to a New Authoritarianism, Deputy Director of LSE IDEAS and Reader in International Relations at the LSE.
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