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Explains that the nature of US state building in Iraq has created incentives for unregulated local power struggles and patron-client relations. Placing the occupation within the context of regional, global and US politics, this work demonstrates how the politics of co-option, coercion and economic change have transformed the lives of Iraqi people.
Eric Herring is a senior lecturer in international politics at the University of Bristol. He is the author of Danger and Opportunity: Explaining International Crisis Outcomes and co-author with Barry Buzan of The Arms Dynamic in World Politics. Glen Rangwala is a lecturer in politics at the University of Cambridge.