'UM Schmu 'em

Blank, Stephen
April 2003
World & I;Apr2003, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p255
Addresses the delay in a United Nations resolution authorizing the use of force in disarming Iraq of its nuclear weapons. Arguments raised by China, Russia and France against the resolution; Self-interest as a factor in their opposition; Motives of the three countries in opposing the resolution.


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