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Iraq, 1990-2006: A Diplomatic History Through Documents details the diplomatic saga involving Iraq and the international community from 1990 to 2006. Volume I covers the start of the Gulf War to the eve of the September 11 attacks. Volume II takes the reader from the shock of 9/11 to the prelude to the Iraq War. Volume III stretches from the first day of the Iraq War to the formation of the Iraqi government in April 2006. The diverse set of speeches, statements, transcripts, letters, resolutions, and other primary source documents that comprise this 4,000-plus-page collection includes Iraqi, other Arab, and European documents that are usually overlooked in the English-language press. Insightful introductions to the three volumes are authored by David Kay, former U.N. arms inspector and head of the Iraq Survey Group; Andrew Parasilliti, former foreign policy adviser to Senator Chuck Hagel; and ted Middle East expert Kenneth Pollack.
Philip Auerswald is an associate professor at the School of Public Policy, George Mason University, and a research associate at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. He is co-editor of Seeds of Disaster, Roots of Response: How Private Action Can Reduce Public Vulnerability (2006), Clinton's Foreign Policy: A Documentary Record (2003), and The Kosovo Conflict: A Diplomatic History through Documents (2000). Auerswald was a founding co-editor of The Foreign Policy Bulletin: The Documentary Record of U.S. Foreign Policy.