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Unwinnable War, An

by Karen Middleton

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Synopsis

Australians are embroiled in their nation’s longest military conflict—the war in Afghanistan—and this book charts from former Prime Minister John Howard’s presence in Washington, DC on September 11, 2001, to the "transition" plan to hand security to Afghan forces. Based on interviews with key political and military figures in Australia and abroad, here the tensions between political and military decision-making, the nature and potency of the U.S. alliance, and the influence of individual personalities in charting Australia’s course are laid bare in what was once dubbed the "good war."

Product details

ISBN:
9780522857665
Category:
General
Format:
Paperback
Publication Date:
2011-09-01
Publisher:
Melbourne University Publishing
Illustrations:
map
Country of origin:
AUS
Pages:
304
Pagination:
304 pages, map
Dimensions (mm):
234 x 154 x 28
Weight:
531g

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