No boycott of Israel in Iraq
- Notes and Comment. // New Yorker;10/1/90, Vol. 66 Issue 33, p29
Points out that the U.S. and Iraq remain caught in a stalemate despite the effectiveness of the United Nations embargo in interrupting Iraqi trade. Observation that there is no sign that Saddam Hussein will withdraw his troops unconditionally from Kuwait; Failure of the U.S. troops in the...
- Taste for revenge. Wall, James M. // Christian Century;12/4/2002, Vol. 119 Issue 25, p61
Examines the possible consequences of the proposed military action of U.S. President George W. Bush to oust Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. Criticism on how Bush responded to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks; Impact of war on Iraq on the social conditions of Iraqis and its political...
- SADDAM TAKES CENTRE STAGE. Lancaster, Pat // Middle East;May2002, Issue 323, p11
Reports the support of President Saddam Hussein to the Palestinian cause in the Israeli-Palestinian war in Middle East. Decision of Hussein in cutting Iraqi oil exports; Opposition on the proposed military action against Iraq by Prime Minister Tony Blair; Rejection of Israel Prime Minister...
- More trouble from Saddam? Hottelet, Richard // Christian Science Monitor;3/9/95, Vol. 87 Issue 71, p18
Views the possible trouble arising from the President of Iraq, Saddam Hussein. Relation between Iraq and United Nations Security Council resolution 697, UN Special Commission and the International Atomic Energy Agency; Issue raised on leftover biological arms in Iraq despite the disarmament;...
- Hussein plans for the future. Stanglin, Douglas; Chesnoff, Richard Z. // U.S. News & World Report;9/11/95, Vol. 119 Issue 10, p16
Considers how sources in the Saharan nation of Mauritania claim that Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein has started negotiating eventual political asylum for himself and his remaining entourage. How Mauritanian leader President Maaouya Ould Sidi Ahmed Taya is said to have responded favorably to a...
- A tardy confession. Zimmermann, Tim // U.S. News & World Report;7/17/95, Vol. 119 Issue 3, p10
Reports that the Iraqi government has finally admitted that it was seeking to develop and stockpile large amounts of biological weapons. Actions of Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein; Thoughts about the future of Iraq's relations with the international community of nations.
- `Satan' Hussein--what's the real story with Iraq? Williams, Armstrong // New York Amsterdam News;11/27/97, Vol. 88 Issue 48, p12
Editorial. Explores the allegations and claims of the West against Iraqi leader, Saddam Hussein. Claims that Hussein has weapons of mass destruction; Mass media allegations about Hussein; Assertion on the effect of United Nations sanctions on Iraq; Author's suggestion on how to deal with Hussein.
- Saddam Hussein's peace initiative of 12 August 1990. // Arab Studies Quarterly;Winter/Spring91, Vol. 13 Issue 1/2, p169
Documents Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's peace initiative written on August 12, 1990. Proposed resolution based on the premises set by the United Nations Security Council; Preparation of withdrawal arrangements in accordance with the principles for immediate and unconditional withdrawal of...
- Saddam stays in charge. Darwish, Adel // Middle East;Feb99, Issue 287, p13
Reports that Saddam Hussein remains firmly in grip as Iraqi president despite British-American air strikes. Conflict among Arab leaders; Doubts cast on the efficacy of the Operation Desert Fox bombings; Concerns over Iraq's ability to develop nuclear weapons.