The Accidental Statesman: General Petraeus and the City of Mosul Iraq Abridged Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

This case (1834.0 and 1834.1 associated with an epilogue and reduce 1834.3) says Maj. Gen. David Petraeus and the 101st Airborne Division of the U.S. Army in the months after the March 2003 invasion of Iraq, the fall of Baghdad, and the collapse of Saddam Hussein's government. After completion of the combat mission, and with just a few days notice, the 101st ordered Mosul, the third largest city in Iraq and the capital of Nineveh province. Their orders were spare - Get up to Mosul and Nineveh province and get it under control. Basic parts of the design and implementation of the 101-strategies to ensure stability in Mosul and the surrounding area and provides an Gen. David Petraeus and his approach to leadership. While set in a military organization in time of war, it is not a military operation. Petraeus and his division, with little notice or preparation of traditional social problems associated with the reconstruction and governance. HKS Case Number 1834.3 "Hide
by Kirsten Lundberg, Hannah Riley Bowles, Peter Zimmerman 46 pages. Publication Date: July 21, 2008. Prod. #: HKS098-PDF-ENG

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