Not just a case of trying to save face
- What to do about Saddam Hussein. Muravchik, Joshua // Commentary;Jun98, Vol. 105 Issue 6, p37
Opinion. Focuses on Iraqi director, Saddam Hussein and the necessary steps that should be taken to prevent his abuse of military power, according to an individual's views. Details on the outcome of the United States/Iraqi situation; Effect these steps would have on Hussein; Reference to the...
- Terrorist threat grows. // Current Events;10/5/90, Vol. 90 Issue 4, p1
Discusses the possibility that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein may be planning a terrorist strike against United States troops in Saudi Arabia or other targets. US warning to Saddam; Saddam's call for a `jihad' or Muslim holy war; Suicide bombs, chemical weapons, etc.; Abu Nidal and other known...
- Saddam Hussein. // Current Events;3/1/91, Vol. 90 Issue 20, p1
Profiles Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. Personal background; Baath party; Plot to assassinate Iraq's former military dictator General Kassem; How Saddam rose to power; Why some Arabs consider him a hero; Persian Gulf War.
- Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq. Kort, Michael G. // Handbook of the Middle East;2002, p104
This chapter discusses information about Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq. The population of Lebanon is a volatile mixture of religious groups that have turned it into a country of quarreling, and often warring minorities. Syria is a Greek term that one referred to the Eastern Mediterranean region...
- A reporter at large. Bonner, Raymond // New Yorker;9/28/92, Vol. 68 Issue 32, p46
Details an on-going effort by New York City attorney Jemera Rone, a lawyer with Human Rights Watch, to put together a case against the atrocities being committed by Iraqi President Saddam Hussein against the Kurd people in provinces of northern Iraq that the US may present to the International...
- Hussein's designs, Bush's intentions. Wall, J.M. // Christian Century;3/6/91, Vol. 108 Issue 8, p251
Editorial. Argues against the Bush policy of belligerence and dishonesty against Saddam Hussein, which the author says will ultimately negatively impact postwar efforts for peace in the region.
- Iraqi plane shot down. // Current Events;1/11/93, Vol. 92 Issue 15, p2
Discusses how Saddam Hussein, dictator of Iraq, has sworn revenge for the United States downing of an Iraqi warplane last month. Plane flew into the no-fly zone; Details.
- The man who won't go away. // Current Events;2/1/93, Vol. 92 Issue 17, p1
Provides a history of the conflict with Saddam Hussein since the end of the Gulf War, February 1991. The latest confrontations between Iraq and the United States; Economic trade sanctions crippling Iraq's economy; Three air attacks on two no-fly zones and a plant suspected of conducting nuclear...
- Contemplating Saddam's weaknesses. Salpeter, E. // New Leader;9/3/90, Vol. 73 Issue 11, p5
Suggests that Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein was mistaken in his decision to make concessions to formally end his country's 10-year-war with Iran. Internal reaction to peace with Iran; How his attack on Kuwait has had a fundamental impact on the role of the great powers in the Middle East,...
- Bush dangling. Schorr, Daniel // New Leader;8/10/92, Vol. 75 Issue 10, p3
Updates the status of Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein. Successful three-week block of a United Nations weapons inspection of his Ministry of Agriculture; How President George Bush and Saddam seem to view each other as personal enemies; Projected impact of the Iraqi situation on the election campaigns.