Unhappy landings

Shahin, Mariam
January 1998
Middle East;Jan98, Issue 274, p6
Discusses the conflict which occurred between the United States and Iraq in 1997, and examines the effects of international sanctions on Iraq. Circumstances surrounding the conflict; Details on the industrial infrastructure of Iraq; Description of social and economic problems.


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