Of all the unknowns facing policy makers in Iraq, the greatest is what kind of leadership is likely to come after Saddam Husayn. Much, of course, will depend on the means of unseating him. However, little hard thought has yet been spent on who might replace him, what orientation and policies alternative leaders might have, and the processes by which leadership can be selected and legitimated over the long term. These gaps need to be addressed, though the an- swers may have to remain somewhat speculative.
"Iraq “the Day After”,"
Naval War College Review: Vol. 56
, Article 2.
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