Lancaster, Pat
October 2002
Middle East;Oct2002, Issue 327, p5
Comments on issues related to the relationship between Iraq and the U.S. Agreement of Saddam Hussein to allow United Nations (UN) weapons inspectors in Iraq; Launch of offensive propaganda by Baghdad in widening the splits in the 15-member UN Security Council; Possible devastation of the American attack on Iraq.


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