How to Make the Victory Stick

Klein, Joe
April 2003
Time International (South Pacific Edition);4/28/2003, Issue 16, p29
The article focuses on the current political developments that have taken place in Iraq, Iran and North Korea. These countries were once together called as the axis of evil by U.S. President George W. Bush. The government of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has been removed. North Korea had agreed to the American demand for multilateral talks about ending its nuclear-weapons program. A public referendum is proposed in Iran on whether to re-establish diplomatic relations with the U.S.


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