China & Iraq

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Host Bob Edwards speaks with NPR's Rob Gifford about U.S. attempts to convince China to accept a U.N. Security Council resolution approving tough new inspection rules for Iraq. If Iraq would not abide by the rules, military action could result. China holds veto power in the U.N. Security Council, and could block any resolution. (4:15)
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