France, the United States, and the Invasion of Iraq: A Comparison


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France, the United States, and the Invasion of Iraq: A Comparison
In comparing the democratic systems of France and the United States, it is evident
that the two systems are similar in some ways but are different in other ways. It is also evident that these differences were a determining factor in generating disagreement between France and the United States regarding the invasion of Iraq. This disagreement could not be resolved in the United Nations Security Council and France ultimately opposed the American led invasion and occupation of Iraq.
A Comparison of the French and American Democratic Systems
In terms of similarities, the French and American democratic systems both function
in accordance with the basic principles of...
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