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The Causes to the U.s Led War in Iraq

Summary: Even though there are many different theories to the cause of the U.S led war in Iraq, there will never be a definite cause. There is always going to be one party disagreeing with another party. Which is more then likely why there are so many theories on this topic.
Causes of the U.S Led War in Iraq

As the world watches closely at the conflict in the Middle East, many different interpretations have come into play concerning the main causes of the U.S led war in Iraq. None of which seem to be satisfactory, or clear from a theoretical point of view.

The most popular theory is the United States and Britain's explanation on the cause of the war. Which is that it is meant to eventually lead to the disarment of the Iraqi regime, and their weapons of mass destruction. Apperently, this has been their goal for years, but was braught to greater attention after the attacks on September 11th, 2001. Between 1999 and 2001, Iraq rejected a new weapons inspections proposal braught forward by the Bush administration. Although it was never proven, the acts of 9/11 was seen by the U.S, as an act of war...

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