I think we make a mistake if we look for one single, simple answer to explain Bush’s decision to invade Iraq (such as oil, etc).My sense, from my own reporting and from several good books that I have read “Assassin’s Gate” by George Packer and “Fiasco” by Tom Ricks, in particular is that there were multiple, overlapping reasons. Let me throw out just a few:1) frustration and bitterness among Bush’s aides who had served in Bush 41 that they had not overthrown Saddam in 1991;2) a desire to recreate the Middle East in their own (democratic) image;3) post 9/11 paranoia about another attack from whatever source;4) a desire to show, that after being wounded by the 9/11 attacks, the United States could strike anywhere in the world, even if the target wasn’t directly linked to the 9/11 plot (former Undersecretary of Defense Doug Feith actually said something like this).So in a sense, it was a Perfect Storm, though as the Moyers documentary points out, it was not inevitable.It’s also important to remember that while senior Bush aides could have and should have known the entire case was faulty and based on bogus intelligence, it’s also probable they believed their own talking points. The vice president STILL argues that al Qaida was in Iraq before March 2003, although every bit of “evidence” on that count has been discounted.
Sono state reclutate 69 persone di cui 18 con problemi alcool correlati e 51 con abuso di sostanze. I determinati della salute compromessi risultano: (indifferentemente dalla sostanza stile di vita/tabagismo, stile di vita/attività fisica e socio economico/contesto culturale, per le altre sostanze) socio economico/contesto sociale e (specifico per l’alcolismo) stile vita/alimentazione. I determinanti individuali/genere/età evidenziano una maggiore frequenza di maschi, indipendentemente dalla sostanza utilizzata e un’età di prima presa in carico, nella tra 46 e 65 anni, con maggiore frequenza negli alcolisti e con maggior frequenza nella classe 23 e 39 anni nella categoria altre sostanze.
Kitto, Dick Planning the Organic Vegetable Garden (1986)The discrepancy between what we are seeing and what we are hearing forces one to listen harder. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The last three months have been the hardest of my life. The Sun (2011)London and the southeast have been hardest hit.
Entrambi non vedono letteralmente non vedono, essendo esso al difuori del loro orizzonte concettuale la necessità di fare i conticon i “limiti allo sviluppo”. Senza vedere questi limiti non si puòmettere in discussione il tema dello sviluppo. I limiti si collocano in quelmondo, mentre sono assenti dalle astrazioni economiche in cui essivivono..