After the Storm: U.S. Policy toward Iraq since 1991
Daniel Byman argues that criticism of U.S. policy toward Iraq is often overstated and fails to appreciate the accomplishments of the Bush and Clinton administrations. The author discusses which mechanisms have proven particularly effective but also analyzes the room for improvement in U.S. policy.
How to Stop Jihadist Foreign Fighters, Daniel Byman
The Jihadist Returnee Threat: Just How Dangerous?, Daniel Bymanmore by this author
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