WATCHING GOVERNMENT ROADBLOCKS TO IRAQI OIL EXPORTS

With Patrick Crow from Washington, D.C. Iraq faces considerable barriers before it can resume exporting oil to the international market. Stephen Brannon and Thomas Mattair detailed those snags in a report for the Middle East Policy Council, Washington, D.C. They pointed out that the United Nations' economic sanctions against Iraq were designed to prevent the country from amassing a war machine formidable enough to again threaten regional stability.

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