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The transatlantic fallout preceding and immediately following the opening
of the Second Iraq War in 2003 was accompanied by an unusually
widespread public contempt for U.S. President George W. Bush. No doubt,
vast majorities in Germany (and in many other European countries)
rejected the Iraq invasion. But how should we interpret their motives?
Was criticism levelled against a specific policy or was it based on negative
stereotyping of America? Three kinds of arguments have been brought
forward as to why the latter should be the case.
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