Saddam wins on points

Darwish, Adel
January 1999
Middle East;Jan99, Issue 286, p8
Analyzes the political implications of Iraqi president Saddam Hussein's refusal to allow the entry of United Nations weapons inspection team in Baghdad. Military air strikes launched by the United States and Great Britain; Opposition groups against Saddam's regime; Factors contributing to the political survival of Saddam.


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