The debate on the meaning, applicability and sustainability as well as the methodology of spreading democracy has been perpetual and sometimes violent. This book tackles the question of the methodology preferred by the USA in its attempt to democratize the Middle East. However, this book assesses the sustainability of forced democracy in the context of the war on Iraq. The central argument of the book is that forced democracy in the Middle East, particularly in Iraq is unsustainable due to a plethora of factors including the history, culture and religion of Iraq. The analysis in this book adds more steam to the debate on the relevance of liberal democratic ideals in a multi-cultured world. More importantly, the book will be useful to students of international relations with keen interest in the Middle East political dynamics. Perhaps the book is also necessary for anyone aspiring to understand the USA security policy in the post-9/11 dispensation.