Washington, DC: Regnery Publishing, Inc., 2000. First Edition. First Printing. 341, maps, index, usual library markings, DJ in plastic sleeve. The authors were journalists who interviewed Iraqi defectors speaking at the risk of their lives. The authors present evidence that Saddam Hussein will not rest until Iraq becomes a nuclear threat to the West--a threat, they argue, that has been aided by the Clinton Administration's dismantling of United Nations weapons inspections. This work, which pre-dates the U.S. invasion of Iraq, provides one of the clearest presentations of assumptions and arguments that were the underpinnings of the policy of regime change and concern about weapons of mass destruction programs. Condition: good, ex-lib., good.
Keywords: Nuclear Weapons, Arms Control, Mass Destruction, Iraq, Saddam Hussein, Persian Glulf War, Bill Clinton, United Nations, IAEA