Contemporary U.S. Foreign Policy in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Connections to Syria
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This thesis will be examining the policies enacted in the contemporary period - contemporary defined as the time period after the events of the Cold War - and will do so empirically. This thesis will analyze contemporary the militarial and bureaucratic policies enacted by the U.S. government in Afghanistan and Iraq, and make a conclusion as to whether or not the policies have been conducive to quelling issues of war, terrorism, famine, political strife, among others, or if the policies have been detrimental to fixing such issues. The second aspect of this thesis is to determine if the U.S. government is utilizing akin policies in Syria, and address the possible effects with substantial evidence.
Sasaki, Anna Marie (2019). Contemporary U.S. Foreign Policy in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Connections to Syria. Undergraduate Research Scholars Program. Available electronically from