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This paper examines the influence of American public opinion towards Iraq on the administration of George W. Bush from September 11, 2001 to the start of the war on March 19, 2003. It argues, first, that public opinion constrained policy choices in 2001 by requiring the administration to delay...
The Germans did not reject American policies toward Iraq only in the immediate run-up to the war in 2003. As this paper shows, they had already viewed with mistrust the American government's initial reactions to the attacks of September 11, 2001. During the war in Afghanistan this escalated into...
Until the early 1980s, Mexico was a closed economy and a one party state. Mexican foreign policy was intensely nationalistic. Anti-American sentiment prevailed. Subsequently, and especially after the opening of the negotiations in 1991 that led to the inclusion of Mexico in NAFTA, both countries...
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