By (author) Clark, Wesley K.
General Wesley K. Clark Winning Modern Wars: Iraq, Terrorism, and the American Empire proved a prescient critique of the Bush administration's war policy, post-war plan, and diplomatic strategies. Clark said the war was not over, and that the Bush administration had gone to war undermanned, ill-prepared, and in a dangerous, unilateral spirit- one that held dangerous implications for America's future. Clark's analysis has proven correct on all counts. A year after President Bush prematurely declared hostilities to be at an end, American soldiers and Iraqi civilians continue to be victims of the violence. In this substantially updated paperback edition, Clark revisits his original assessment and offers new insights into the on-going situation. At this dangerous time in our nation's history, and during a pivotal election year, this is a must-read for every citizen concerned with our present engagements and their future implications for the security of our nation and the world.