How would you critique the arguments presented?

What are the key themes raised in the readings?
• How do the theoretical positions outlined in the readings contribute to the ongoing development of Foreign Policy Analysis?
• Are you persuaded by the arguments presented in the readings? On what grounds?
• How would you critique the arguments presented?

The writer must chose one of the below refrence to answer the above question.

 Ackerman, D. M. (2002) ‘International Law and the Preemptive Use of Force against Iraq’, CRS Report for Congress, September 2002
 Arend, A. C. (2003) ‘International Law and the Preemptive Use of Military Force’, The Washington Quarterly, 26: 2, pp. 89-103
 Allin, D. H. (2004) ‘The Atlantic Crisis of Confidence’, International Affairs, 80:4, pp. 649-663
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 Campbell, D. (1992) Writing Security: United States Foreign Policy and the Politics of Identity
 Cramer, J. and Thrall, T. (2012), Why Did The United States Invade Iraq?, Abingdon: Routledge
 Davidson, J. (2008), “Whatever it takes? Party image, probability, and bluffing resolve in Kosovo and Iraq”, Contemporary Security Policy, Vol.29 No.3, pp.411-433
 Diamond, J. (2008), The CIA and the Culture of Failure, Stanford: Stanford University Press
 Duelfer, C. and Dyson, S. (2011), “Chronic Misperception and International Conflict: The US- Iraq Experience”, International Security, Vol.36 No.1, pp.73-100
 Dunne, M. (2003) ‘The United States, the United Nations and Iraq: Multilateralism of a Kind’, International Affairs, 79: 2, pp. 257-277.
 Fisher, L. (2003) ‘Deciding on War against Iraq: Institutional Failures’, Political Science Quarterly, 118: 3, pp. 389-410.
 Freedman, L. (2003) ‘Prevention not Pre-emption’, The Washington Quarterly, Vol. 26 (2), pp.105-114
 Hamilakis, Y. (2009), “The ‘War on Terror’ and the Military – Archaeology Complex: Iraq, Ethics, and Neo-Colonialism”, Archaeologies, Vol.5 No.1, pp.39-65
 Jackson, R. (2005) Writing the War on Terrorism: Language, Politics and Counter- Terrorism
 Mac Ginty, R. (2003) ‘The pre-war reconstruction of post-war Iraq’, Third World Quarterly,24: 4, pp. 601–617
 Mercille, J. (2010), “The radical geopolitics of US foreign policy: the 2003 Iraq War”, GeoJournal, Vol.75 No.4, pp.327-337
 Newnham, R. (2008), “’Coalition of the Bribed and Bullied?’ US Economic Linkage and the Iraq War Coalition”, International Studies Perspectives, Vol.9 No.2, pp.183-200
 Rumsfeld, D. (2011), Known and Unknown, London: Penguin. (Chapters 30-35)
 Scott, S. V. and Ambler, O. (2007) ‘Does Legality Really Matter? Accounting for the Decline in US Foreign Policy Legitimacy Following the 2003 Invasion of Iraq’,
European Journal of International Relations, 13: 1, pp. 67-87 31
 Webber, M. (2009), “The Kosovo war: a recapitulation”, International Affairs, Vol.85 No.3, pp.447-459

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