experts debate the value and effectiveness of sanctions
Tony Hall, just back from a tour of Iraq, talks
about sanctions and their effect on the Iraqi people.
look at the impact of international policy
toward Iraq. Is the containment plan working?
discussion on enforcing Iraqi
no-fly zones. (12/31/98)
regional experts examine the future of U.N. sanctions, weapons inspections
and possible military action.
Secretary of State Thomas
Pickering discuss U.S. efforts to maintain the sanctions against Iraq.
IRAQ CLAIMS IT SHOT DOWN
Iraqi officials claim the country's air defenses shot down an unmanned
U.S. reconnaissance plane. The move is the
latest in a series of military encounters between the U.S. and Iraq.
U.S. AND BRITISH PLANES ATTACK
American and British forces attack Iraqi military sites in the largest
show of force in months. (8/10/01)
U.S. BOMBS IRAQ
and regional experts assess the
impact of February's strike against Iraq. (2/16/01)
Lt. Gen. Gregory Newbold, the Joint Chiefs of Staff Director of Operations,
details the strike against alleged Iraqi air defense radar systems. (2/16/01)
OPERATION DESERT FOX
SPECIAL: The U.S. and Britain wage four days of military strikes aimed
at limiting Iraq's weapon-producing capabilities. (12/28/98)
to allow U.N. inspectors into alleged weapons sites.
A LETTER FROM CONGRESS
of Congress assert their dissatisfaction with U.S. policy towards Iraq.
update report on six men accused of being
Iraqi spies in the United States.
look at continuing conflicts between
Iraq and the U.S. in Iraq's no-fly zones.
Undersecretary of State discusses reports that the
United States used the U.N. weapons inspection program to spy on Iraq.