ce 10-31-02

ce 10-31-02 - a lack of cooperation is found. This argument...

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Dan Irwin The New York Times October 31, 2002 “Shift Toward the U.S. Stand on Iraq Is Noted in Council” On October 31, 2002 many nonpermanent countries sitting on the United Nations Security Council have decided to concur with America on how to deal with Iraq. Up till now America has been alone in its onion that we should attack Iraq if the slightest sign of
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Unformatted text preview: a lack of cooperation is found. This argument has been going on in the Security Council since September and as of now France, Russia and China, three major countries with a permanent seat on the council who have disagreed with Americas stand point, have no plans to veto this draft of the bill....
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