The second volume of 'Genocide in Iraq' takes off where the first ended, 2003; a year marked by the notorious US-led invasion of the country, not forgetting America's allies known formerly as 'coalition of the willing'.
The pretext or rhetorical justification; 'combating the scourge of terrorism and Saddam's nuclear capabilities', remains responsible for painting an imagine of Iraqi society aligned to the century old binary of 'heroes' and 'villains'.
Attention is therefore purposefully situated upon the strategies deployed by America and friends, their fraudulent pretexts, the manipulation of Iraq's cultural fabric, and a whole array of neo-liberal crimes. The depth and breadth of the destruction is the point which the authors unfailing return back to, fleshing out the illegal, Machiavellian, and ugly nature of these crimes.
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