Next Threat?

The UN weapons inspectors, including Americans, are back in Baghdad, three weeks after Iraq said the Americans were being barred. During those weeks, the US made military threats and Iraq allowed the inspectors to return. President Clinton says he is watching to see whether Iraq allows the inspectors to resume work. NPR's Martha Raddatz looks at how the US strategy has worked and how well it would work if the situation developed again.

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