In this book, five leading analysts explore the maturing Iraqi revolution, Iraq's long-term role in the Gulf, and the factors that will affect the future of U.S.-Iraqi political and commercial relations.
1. War and Oil: Implications for Iraq's Postwar Role in Gulf Security 2. The Politics of War: Presidential Centrality, Party Power, Political Opposition 3. Economic Outlook: Guns and Butter, Phase Two? 4. Iraq in the Gulf 5. Iraq and the Superpowers