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Endgame : solving the Iraq problem--once and for all

Author: Scott Ritter
Publisher: New York, NY : Simon & Schuster, ©1999.
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"Scott Ritter draws on his seven years' experience hunting Saddam's weapons of mass destruction to take readers inside Iraq and show that country as it has never been seen by outsiders before. In Endgame, he dissects the failure of U.S. policy in Iraq and reveals a bold new approach to ending the ongoing Iraq crisis." "Endgame criticizes current U.S. policy toward Iraq, pointing out that we have squandered an  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Ritter, Scott.
Endgame.
New York, NY : Simon & Schuster, c1999
(OCoLC)606408024
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Scott Ritter
ISBN: 0684864851 9780684864853
OCLC Number: 40869801
Description: 240 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
Contents: Prologue: UNSCOM 255 --
1. A Journey of Discovery --
2. The Road to Auja --
3. "He Who Confronts" --
4. School for Weapons of Mass Destruction --
5. "Dr. Germ" and "The Chemist" --
A Family Business --
6. The Two-Day War --
7. Burying Treasure --
8. The Year of the Gun --
9. Fortress Saddam and the Concealment Mechanism --
10. The Ghost in the Machine --
11. The Lean, Mean Politics of Sanctions --
12. What's in the Briefcase: The Anatomy of an Inspection --
13. Black-Umbrella Days --
14. The End of UNSCOM As We Know It --
15. Trumping Saddam --
Appendix. Iraq's Arsenal of Weapons of Mass Destruction.
Responsibility: Scott Ritter.

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"Scott Ritter draws on his seven years' experience hunting Saddam's weapons of mass destruction to take readers inside Iraq and show that country as it has never been seen by outsiders before. In Endgame, he dissects the failure of U.S. policy in Iraq and reveals a bold new approach to ending the ongoing Iraq crisis." "Endgame criticizes current U.S. policy toward Iraq, pointing out that we have squandered an international consensus and now find ourselves virtually isolated over our Iraq policy. Scott Ritter offers a way out of the Iraqi morass, proposing a bold and innovative solution to the current crisis. He argues that the U.S. should again take a leadership position on Iraq if we are to avoid facing a re-armed and emboldened Saddam on another battlefield in the future."--BOOK JACKET.

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