On June 24, 2014, James Hart published a piece for The Huffington, in which he recounted his experience in the armed forces.
Hart, who now works at an organization dedicated to educating the public about the military and its importance in our society, was the only author to receive a National Medal of Honor in the 2014 Medal of Valor program, which honors military service.
Hart’s experience in Iraq as a U.S. Army infantryman led to a career in politics and the Pentagon, where he served as the assistant secretary for policy and operations at the Pentagon.
During Hart’s time in Iraq, he spent time as an advisor to the U.N. Security Council, where his duties included assisting in the drafting of a resolution authorizing U.A.E. to retake the city of Fallujah from ISIS.
The resolution, which passed unanimously, sought to end the nearly three-year U.E.-led occupation of the city, which the U,S., and Iraqi governments had declared as a “liberated” area after the city was captured by ISIS.
As an advisor, Hart was tasked with developing the U.”s approach to a U .
S. withdrawal from Iraq, and his work led to the establishment of the U .s Political Action Committee (PAC), which was created to raise money for U.C. Davis’ College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Hart wrote about the importance of U.s military engagement in the United States in his essay, which he titled, “U.S., U.K. and Canada Are Allies in Iraq.”
Hart described how in January 2018, a month before his deployment, he was invited to the White House by President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump to discuss the U’s strategy for defeating ISIS.
According to Hart, Trump expressed his confidence in the U “and that we are winning.”
Hart also said that the U is not looking to simply pull out of Iraq, but rather “be the most powerful nation on earth.”
Hart concluded his essay by writing that the United Kingdom and Canada have “joined forces to defeat ISIS and bring stability to the region.”
In a statement to HuffPost, U.KS.
Foreign Minister Matthew Rycroft said that, as the first British Prime Minister to visit the U., he “recognizes that our shared values and commitment to the United Nations have contributed to the success of this effort.””
The United Kingdom remains committed to the goal of a lasting, democratic, united Iraq,” Rycroft added.”
As the first ever British Prime Ministers to visit a member state of the UN, the Prime Minister is well aware of the positive impact the UN is having on Iraq and the wider Middle East.
I am sure the British Prime ministers meeting with Prime Minister [John] Bass and Foreign Secretary [Nicolas] Sarkozy will be an important part of our engagement with Iraq.