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This man was a well documented failure as the presidential envoy in Iraq. In this book he accepts no responsibility for how poorly things went during and after his time in Iraq. He also fails to provide any in depth information on how key decisions were made so that the reader can assign blame between Bremer and Rumsfeld. Not worth reading.
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The account of the post liberation effort must be taken with some account to bias, however this book offers insight into the effort to bring democracy to Iraq. The book goes through many of the challenges and political hurdles faced by the coalition forces as well as the author.
While the beginning of the book felt as if ambassador Bremmer had nothing critical to say about the handling of the war, the claws don’t stay hidden for long.
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