10th Anniversary of the Iraqi Invasion of Kuwait

GUESTS: RICHARD BUTLER *Former, Chief UN Arms Inspector in Iraq *Author The Greatest Threat: Iraq, Weapons of Mass Destruction and the Crisis of Global Security (Public Affairs, 2000) MIKE SHUSTER *NPR's Diplomatic Correspondent Ten years ago Wednesday, the Iraqi army invaded Kuwait and international condemnation soon followed. Iraq became the "rogue nation" of the 1990's - a wealthy country ruled by a dictator with chemical weapons and access to nuclear technology. Join Juan Williams and guests for a discussion of U-S and international policy toward Iraq and whether its working.

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