ABSTRACT

Iraq: Compliance, Sanctions, and U.S. Policy [Updated February 27, 2002]   [open pdf - 140KB]

"In recent years, the United States has been unable to maintain an international consensus for strict enforcement of all applicable U.N. Security Council resolutions on Iraq, but it has largely succeeded in preventing Iraq from reemerging as an immediate strategic threat to the region. There is U.S. concern about the long-term threat posed by Iraq, and, in the wake of the September 11 attacks, the Bush Administration has said it will prevent Iraq from re-emerging as a significant threat to U.S. security. The exact form of that Administration stance has not yet been announced, whether it be through international sanctions and diplomacy, military action, or covert action."

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CRS Issue Brief for Congress, IB92117
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2002-02-27
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