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By analyzing the war on Iraq using the 4 Ps framework given by Bruce W Jentleson in his Book American Foreign Policy it seems that the US national interest goal cannot be simultaneously satisfied in most of the cases Iraq became a US threat in 1990 when former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein led the invasion of Kuwait US supported by the United Nations and many other countries went to war for the first time against Iraq The US troops expelled the Iraqi troops out of Kuwait and reestablished order in that country This did not mean that the threat was over Saddam Hussein became an enemy of the United States After the terrorist attacks in the United States President George Bush started a war on terror a war which main purpose is to finish any kind of threats all over the world According to President Bush Saddam Hussein with his anti-American sentiment and the possession of biological and chemical weapons was one of these threats The proposal of a new war against Iraq came from George Bush This war was supposed to be based on the core goals of American Foreign Policy The 4 Ps Power Iraq was considered as one of the biggest enemies of the United States more than the country itself the enemy was its leader Saddam Hussein An active threat could not only harm US allies in the Middle East but also other countries in the world even America The risk was too big and some actions should be taken America should protect itself and its interests Peace Iraq could also deter world peace as it did before Saddam Husseins greed and power could result in another invasion to a Middle Eastern country The United States had also a big responsibility in this aspect as one of the most powerful countries in the world it was necessary an US intervention in order to preserve the worlds peace Even
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