May 2004
Sea Power;May2004, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p8
Presents statements made by U.S. government officials on homeland security and foreign policy. Comments made by Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge on the role of the department in the security strategy; Comments made by President George W. Bush criticizing radical Iraqi Shiite cleric, Muqtada Sadr.


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