Kaplan, Lawrence F.
October 2000
New Republic;10/30/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 18, p28
Reports on the United States' foreign policy on Iraq, and the problems experienced thereof, in the wake of the terrorist bombing of the USS Cole in October 2000. How the ship was attacked en route to a mission to contain the Iraqi government; Impact of crumbling United Nations sanctions on Iraq; Criticism issued by the Republican Party against the administration of President Bill Clinton for its response to the attack.


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