Bush should respond to suspicion of motive on Iraq

11/11/2002
The administration of US President George W. Bush would do itself a favor and the world a service by directly addressing a point of high suspicion concerning Iraq.Bush wants an international confrontation with Iraq because, he says, the Iraqi dictator is consummately evil, a threat to international order, and inclined to help terrorists planning indiscriminate murder in the US and elsewhere.In the US, those assertions pretty much define the debate. Good questions have arisen whether they warrant the use of force and whether the US should act independently of the United Nations.Elsewhere in the world – in the Middle East certainly and to a lesser extent in Europe – observers se...
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