The US war on Iraq: What are the results and consequences of the war after the US pulled out of Iraq?

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In the post-9-11 era, the U.S. was engaged in the War on Terror (WoT) in Afghanistan. By 2002, the U.S. had established its supremacy in demolishing the stronghold of Taliban and gained worldwide support. Inspired by the initial success of WoT, the Bush administration launched the “Operation Iraqi Freedom” claiming that the Saddam Hussain regime had developed weapons of mass destruction. Therefore, in 2003, the Bush administration opened another front for itself and became engaged in the overthrow of the Saddam regime. It gained initial success as Saddam was captured and later, executed in 2006. Ironically, the main rationale provided by the U.S. for invasion of Iraq, that is the development of WMD was totally falsified. Then, the other objective such as a strong democratic state, became the vision of the allied forces. In 2011, the Obama Administration withdrew completely from Iraq....
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