For Baghdad, a time to comply

Auster, Bruce B.; Lief, Louise
August 1992
U.S. News & World Report;8/31/92-9/7/92, Vol. 113 Issue 9, p18
Reports that the United Nations, led by the United States, France and Britain, served notice that it is time for Baghdad to adhere to the letter of the law and comply with UN resolutions it has disregarded for months. The development that could make or break President George Bush's political future; The first confrontation could occur in the skies above southern Iraq's marshlands; Why the no-fly zone may do little to protect the Shiites; More.


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