Through such process, the authors were able to focus on the elite-mass dynamic seen in setting forth foreign policy options. The authors also assessed public opinion on threat perception, support for the war, and the beliefs about the possibility of terrorist attacks if the US did not implement retaliatory actions against Iraq. This study helped me gather as much information as possible on the public opinion of the war.
This article discussed how the Iraqi War has sent Iraq into a political chaos and how the United States had no justified reason for its presence in Iraq. The article also discussed the insurgencies seen in Iraq as a reaction to the actions of the US government. This article brings to a sharper focus the unsupported claims of the US against Iraq and how such unfounded claims have only created more disasters for Iraq, if not for the US. This article helped me evaluate the impact of the war on Iraq and how US actions continue to cause chaos on Iraq.
This research reviewed the premise that conservative-liberal identity functions as a preparation to adopt beliefs and attitude about newly politicized issues coincide with the socially accepted meanings of conservatism-liberalism. Study 1 of this research assessed in 2000, had a crucial prospective effect on the support in the invasion of Iraq in 2002 and in 2004, in relation to controlling substantive ideology, party identity, and demographics. For Study 2, the research discussed the conservative and liberal identifiers adopted positions on farm subsidy policies based on different signs which ideological groups support. I chose this paper because it discussed the impact of political discourse on the organization of political ideology. It also provided a theoretical understanding of the issue
The above article is a personal account and analysis by the author on the events which unfolded in Iraq since the US declared war against it. The US troops have largely made