No Strikes

Walzer, Michael
September 2002
New Republic;9/30/2002, Vol. 227 Issue 14, p19
Analyzes the plan of U.S. President George W. Bush to wage war against Iraq and oust Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. Diplomatic efforts of the Bush administration to win support from the United Nations of its plan; Discussion on the issue of Iraq's weapons of mass destruction program; Possible impact of the Bush administration's threat to attack Iraq; Analysis of the threat Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein poses to the U.S. and the to the international peace; Aftermath of the weapons inspections in Iraq.


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