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The Real Economic Motives Behind the War on Iraq

.... are not willing to engage in a war with Iraq? Most nations believe there is not sufficient evidence to support Iraq as a threat. ....

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A Draft US Plan on Iraq Inspection Authorizes Force

.... trigger.¢ The plan which American and British officials are presenting is to declare that Iraq is already violating its obligations to the United Nations. ....

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Globalist Theory and the War in Iraq

.... On the other hand, nations in the periphery, like Iraq, lack strong central governments or are controlled by other states. Peripheral ....

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War Against Iraq

.... Scott Ritter, a former weapons inspector for the United Nations, has repeatedly rejected the claim that Iraq has rebuilt its capacity of such weapons. ....

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War In Iraq

.... For years the US has waited for the United Nations sanctions on Iraq to pull through, but the Iraqi government has refused to follow them. ....

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The United Nations is ineffective and indispensable??

.... that the United Nations is both ineffective and indispensable. Do you agree? Much like the stale-mate times of the Cold War, the recent situation in Iraq also ....

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Russia Resolution on Iraq

.... to be sovereign until elections shall be held; 14.) Instructs all nations with non-UN sanctioned hostile or peacekeeping troops currently in Iraq work to have ....

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Iran, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia

.... Iraq was an independent monarchy, and belonged to the League of Nations, Iran was on it's own as usual, and Arabia was functioning alone as well. ....

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War with Iraq

.... the sale of a limited amount of oil, the proceeds which are put into an escrow account to pay for war reparations, United Nations operations in Iraq, and the ....

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The Unjustified War on Iraq

.... Going to war with Iraq was unjust, unnecessary and illegal. Was the attack on Iraq justified under the United Nations (UN) Charter? ....

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The Iraq Crisis

.... Under the terms of the armistice, which ended the war over Kuwait in 1991, Iraq agreed to allow United Nations weapons, inspectors to search for and destroy ....

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UN Sanctions in Iraq

United Nations sanctions against Iraq, which were put in place after the Persian Gulf War, are hurting the people of Iraq rather than Saddam Hussein himself. ....

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International Peacekeeping

.... these countries. The mission is rightfully titled "UNIKOM,¢ or "United Nations Iraq Kuwait Observation Mission¢. UNIKOM was ....

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Article Examination - Iraq War

.... Seven in 10 said they supported Bush's televised call to go to war without the blessing of the United Nations unless Hussein and his sons leave Iraq within 48 ....

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Saddam Hussein's Iraq

.... Under a United Nations resolution, Iraq is allowed to sell up to $5.2 billion worth of oil every six months, provided that the profit is used to buy food ....

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War on Iraq

.... likely increase. Attacking Iraq would increase the hatred for the United States as well, especially in Islamic nations. This can ....

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Iraq; how could they hide their weapons

.... One of the more positive things is that the United States and United Nations are not letting Iraq out of its Gulf war surrender agreement. ....

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Conflict between Iraq and The United States

.... By the end of the war Iraq had to pay a huge amount of money to the United Nations and also Iraq had to disarm all his biological and chemical weapons. ....

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Paying For The Latest War In Iraq

.... over the mission in Iraq, and gave their endorsement to the $87 billion package to sustain forces and rebuild the shattered nations of Iraq and Afghanistan. ....

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US Imperialism and Iraq

US Imperialism and Iraq. .... a nation's authority by territorial acquisition or by the establishment of economic and political supremacy over other nations. ....

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American Foreign Policy in Iraq

.... Many people have lost their lives in both nations and nothing has really been accomplished. Before the US entered into Iraq there were many tribulations ....

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War in Iraq

.... phrases such as, "many nations,¢ "they,¢ and "all nations.¢ He never specifically identifies anyone that supports a United States attack against Iraq. ....

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Iraq

.... was once against an attack on Iraq, stated that the US has the "authority to act with like-minded nations who might wish to join¢ with us to attack Iraq. ....

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The Persian Gulf War

.... IV 15 February 2002 The Persian Gulf War Why did a coalition of over 30 nations find it was necessary to go to war to help Kuwait after it was invaded by Iraq? ....

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end to evil

.... Over the last decade the United States has asked the United Nations for permission to invade Iraq in 1991, in 1998 we ask to deal with Kosovo, we asked to ....

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Why We Needed to Invade Iraq

.... His form and style of governance had triggered a big debate even from the United Nations. He and his country was so powerful that Iraq was alleged to be one of ....

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United Nations, Power Broker or Toothless Tiger

.... In August of 1988 with the passage of the Security Council's Resolution 598, Iran and Iraq agreed to a United Nations supervised cease-fire in the two countries ....

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Iraq War

.... and to defend the world from grave danger.¢ (War Against Iraq and Sanger) This declaration came after months of debates with the United Nations and Congress ....

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Cause and Effect: US vs. Iraq

.... of mass destruction. Year after year, Iraq has yet to comply fully with the United Nations weapons inspectors. Even during the inspectors ....

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Misperception of Iraq

.... The United Nations refused support. In spite of this, the misperception of Iraq's involvement in September 11 continues to sway the American public. ....

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