Iraqi Update

Darwish, Adel
December 2002
Middle East;Dec2002, Issue 329, p10
Reports on foreign relations between the United States and Iraq as of December 2002. Efforts made by the U.S to gather international support for putting pressure on the Iraqi president Saddam Hussein for disarmament; Role of Arab countries in improving relations between the two countries; Issue preventing normalization of relations between the U.S and Iraq.


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