Bombs Can't Make Up For A Bankrupt Mideast PolicyStan Crock
The impending attack on Iraq may achieve Washington's short-term goal of reducing the immediate threat that Saddam Hussein poses to his neighbors. Air strikes can curb his ability to build and deliver chemical and biological weapons. But after the last bomb drops, even bigger problems may loom for the U.S.
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