Imperial Life In The Emerald City: Inside Baghdad's Green Zone

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Descriptions : The Green Zone, Baghdad, 2003 in this walled off compound of swimming pools and luxurious amenities, Paul Bremer and his Coalition Provisional Authority set out to fashion a new, democratic Iraq Staffed by idealistic aides chosen primarily for their views on issues such as abortion and capital punishment, the CPA spent the crucial first year of occupation pursuing goals The Green Zone, Baghdad, 2003 in this walled off compound of swimming pools and luxurious amenities, Paul Bremer and his Coalition Provisional Authority set out to fashion a new, democratic Iraq Staffed by idealistic aides chosen primarily for their views on issues such as abortion and capital punishment, the CPA spent the crucial first year of occupation pursuing goals that had little to do with the immediate needs of a postwar nation flat taxes instead of electricity and deregulated health care instead of emergency medical supplies In this acclaimed firsthand account, the former Baghdad bureau chief of The Washington Post gives us an intimate portrait of life inside this Oz like bubble, which continued unaffected by the growing mayhem outside This is a quietly devastating tale of imperial folly, and the definitive history of those early days when things went irrevocably wrong in Iraq From the Trade Paperback edition.










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