From Storm to Thunder: Unfinished Showdown between Iraq and US
Preface / Keiko Sakai
The State, Society, Clan, Party and Army in Iraq: A Totalitarian State in the Twilight of / Faleh Abdul Jabbar
Section One: The Totalitarian State
Section Two: The Kinship System
Section Three: Formidable State versus Weak Civil Society
Section Four: Khaldounian versus Durkheimian Solidarities
Section Five: Crisis and Prospects
Iraqi Relations with its Neighboring Countries Including Arab Countries, Turkey, and Iran / Ahmad Shikara
Section One: Is Iraq a Regional Threat?
Section Two: Regional Powers Between Principles and Pragmatic Interests
Section Three: Conclusions
Oil for Food as a Political Tool for Iraq / Keiko Sakai
Section Two: Economic Effect of the Oil-for-Food Program on the Iraqi Economy
Section Three: How Iraq Manipulated the Oil- for-Food Program as a Political Tool: the Case of Russia, China, and France
Section Four: how Were the Results of the Oil-for Food Program and Other Economic Privileges Offered to Russia and China?
Section Five: Conclusion: US Policy for Iraq- Topple Saddam or Do Nothing?