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Weapons of Mass Destruction: U.N. Confronts Significant Challenges in Implementing Sanctions Against Iraq (2 reports in 1)
Weapons of Mass Destruction: U.N. Confronts Significant Challenges in Implementing Sanctions Against Iraq (2 reports in 1)
 
Our Price: $20.00
Year: 2002
Pages: 67
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 075672659X

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Susan S. Westin. After 12 years of debate, U.N. sanctions against Iraq remain controversial. The sanctions aim to ensure that Iraq does not acquire or develop biological, chemical, or nuclear weapons, while also providing for Iraq’s humanitarian needs. The sanctions are based on three interrelated elements -- controlling Iraq’s oil revenues, screening & monitoring its imports, & inspecting for weapons. The sanctions attempt to address Iraq’s humanitarian needs through a U.N. program allowing Iraq to sell oil to purchase civilian goods & through a new U.N. resolution taking effect on 5/30/02, that facilitates Iraq’s purchases. This report examines: U.N. challenges in implementing the sanctions, & the elements of the new resolution that could make sanctions more effective. Ill.

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