September 2003
New Statesman;9/29/2003, Vol. 132 Issue 4657, p54
Presents letters to the editor of "New Statesman". Discussion of the John Kampfner article, "One man went to war," which was published in the September 22, 2003 issue; View that Great Britain is in violation of international law and institutions because of its involvement in the Iraq War; View that Iraq did not comply with the UN Security Council resolution that required the country to declare its stocks of weapons of mass destruction; Reader response to other articles on justice, foreign teachers, and the Middle East conflict.


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