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By Ahmed Shames
November 17, 2002

  • There is a noticeable change in American language towards Saddam, Bush indicated that disarmament would be a change in regime, however, the military build up continues. It is dangerous to put Saddam in a corner with no hope so this is probably a way of getting him to feel comfortable and to make a mistake. Also, that sort of language was necessary to obtain unanimous support from the Security Council for a tough UN resolution. As far as the resolution goes, Saddam simply can't implement it.

  • The Iraqi opposition conference keeps being delayed and America finally intervened to finalise the date. This might mean that military action is getting closer.

  • Blair addresses the Iraqi people: "It is not about oil". This demonstrates that despite the rhetoric, it's not really about disarmament but regime change, otherwise there would be no need to address the Iraqi people.

  • Saddam prepares to leave?

 

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