Cohen, Eliot A.
February 1998
New Republic;02/23/98, Vol. 218 Issue 8, p21
Examines the planned U.S. air strike campaign against Iraq aimed at limiting Iraqi capability to manufacture weapons of mass destruction in 1998. Disadvantages of the attack plan; Need for focusing the campaign on developing strategies that would guarantee the ousting of Iraq President Saddam Hussein; Competence of the war technology of the U.S.; Ways which are assumed to be effective in attacking Iraqi weapons of mass destruction.


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