Drill Sergeant

Kaplan, Lawrence F.
March 2001
New Republic;03/26/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 13, p17
Looks at the efforts of Richard Haass, the director of policy planning at the United States Department of State, to moderate the U.S. approach towards Iraq and other nations. His desire to moderate sanctions, in order to help U.S. businesses abroad; Information on the support he received from Secretary of State Colin Powell; His role in the administration of former President George Bush during the Persian Gulf War; Statement that if Congress fails to halt the Powell-Haass push for detente with Iraq, there is one hard-liner who would not go along--Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.


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