Double Speak

Lizza, Ryan
October 2002
New Republic;10/14/2002, Vol. 227 Issue 16, p10
Discusses how members of the United Nations (UN) Security Council and the U.S. Senate respond to the plans of the administration of George W. Bush for Iraq. Countries opposed to the U.S. resolution on Iraq; Reason to attack Iraq, according to the resolution released by the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations committee; Opinion of U.S. State Secretary Colin Powell on the attempt of Bush to use preemption as a formal policy; Comment from French Foreign Minister Dominique de Villepin on regime change in Iraq.


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