It's no time to breathe easy about Saddam

Hottelet, Richard C.
August 1995
Christian Science Monitor;8/18/95, Vol. 87 Issue 185, p19
Discusses the changing attitude of President Saddam Hussein of Iraq towards the United Nations (UN) and the US. Demand of removal of economic sanctions imposed on Iraq by Hussein; Threat to cease cooperation if sanctions are not lifted; Comment on the seriousness of Saddam Hussein's impatience, and his stand on the sanctions and on weapons of mass destruction.


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