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Saturday, Feb. 4, 2006 



 TIMELINES
  • How did we get here?
  • Resolution 1441: What needs to happen next

  •  PHOTOS
    Iraq: Profiles of key players

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    Weapon Inspectors at work

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    Iraq: Frequently Asked Questions

    By OLIVER MOORE
    A guide to the main issues about weapons inspections
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    Have Your Say

    Will this round of weapons inspections make a difference?
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     COMMENT

    Will the inspectors find the grounds for war?

    By PAUL KNOX
    Wednesday, November 27, 2002

    Anyone who had to be well versed on arms control during the Cold War knows there are few topics more important, and few more stultifying. The mind spun as it grappled with SALT, START, NPT, CTBT, payloads, drawdowns and MAD -- mutually assured destruction.
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    Saddam's bark and bite

    By STEPHANIE NOLEN
    Saturday, November 16, 2002

    He sees himself as another Saladin, the great Arab leader who battled the Crusader hordes, but in the West, he is painted as Stalin reborn.
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    UN inspectors will be armed with new wave of technology

    By MIRO CERNETIG
    Saturday, November 16, 2002

    NEW YORK -- When they begin to scour Iraq for hints of nuclear, biological or chemical weapons in the coming weeks, United Nations inspectors will face a daunting task: Many are new at the job, and all face a regime seasoned at hiding weaponry, perhaps in underground bunkers in the desert.
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     RESOURCES

    Web Sites
  • CIA publication on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction programs

  • CIA Factbook: Iraq
  • Official site of the U.S. Department of Defense
  • Official site of the U.S. Department of State
  • British Government's dossier on Iraq
  • Canadian-Iraqi relations
  • The United Nations Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission (UNMOVIC)
  • Sanctions against Iraq


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