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Un Intervention Practices in Iraq This book analyzes UN intervention discourses and practices in Iraq and develops a deconstructive approach to international interventions.Hitherto, most analyses of the conflict in Iraq in 2003 have established the UN s role as path dependent on the foreign policy of the US and the UK, and largely portrayed it as a mediator and fervent opponent of international intervention Analyzing the UN Security Council and the later UN Assistance Mission for Iraq UNAMI from 2000 to 2010, this book undoes this path dependency and puts the UN s relationship with Iraq center stage It develops a deconstructive, critical approach that identifies subject construction and reflexivity as central processes of intervention practices and concludes that non intervention is deeply connected to the stabilization of political identities and representations Using extensive primary data, the book contributes a new perspective on international interventions.This book will be of much interest to students of peace and conflict studies, intervention and statebuilding, Middle Eastern studies and International Relations.

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