Carter Urges More Diplomacy on Iraq The United States should do more to find a peaceful solution to the weapons standoff with Iraq, former President Jimmy Carter says. But, in a Morning Edition interview with NPR's Bob Edwards, Carter says that if Iraq fails to comply with U.N. resolutions, "war would be inevitable."
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Carter Urges More Diplomacy on Iraq

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Carter Urges More Diplomacy on Iraq

Carter Urges More Diplomacy on Iraq

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