Iraq and the War of Sanctions: Conventional Threats and Weapons of Mass Destruction

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Index

a
Aflatoxin, 577
Air and air defense forces, 118–40 ;
equipment holdings, 121–28 ;
fighting capabilities of, 133 ;
after the Gulf War, 137–40 ;
land-based defenses, 134–40 ;
modernization needs, 129–30 ;
readiness, doctrine and training, 130–33 ;
strategic, interdiction and close support missions, 132
Air strikes against biological weapons facilities, 580–81
Air-to-air combat, 131–32
Albright, Madeleine, 201 , 204 , 379 , 416
Algiers Accord, 13
al-Tikriti, Barzan, 339 , 346 , 353
Anthrax, 273 , 279–80
Anti-aircraft weapons, 106–7
Anti-ship missiles, 122
Anti-tank weapons, 106
Arab-Israeli peace process, 1 , 269 ;
threats to, 8
Armored vehicles, 86–104
Arms control, limits of, 645–46
Arms imports, 43–59
Arrow missiles, 434–35
Artillery, Iraqi, 104–5 , 450–55
Aspin, Les, 197
Assassinations, 154–55 ;
attempt on President Bush, 158 , 160–61 , 201
Aziz, Tariq, 225 , 253 , 265 , 361 , 502

b
Ba’ath Party, 10–11 , 20 ;
intelligence elements of, 21 , 153–54 , 156 ;
mass purges by, 22–23 ;
return of, 22 ;
rise of, 12–13
Baghdad Pact (1955), 12
Barzani, Massoud, 186 , 206 , 336–37
Biological weapons, 212–15 , 217–18 , 387 , 539 ;
capabilities after the Gulf War, 581–83 ;
coalition air strikes against, 580–81 ;
effectiveness of Iraq’s future, 597–99 ;
growth agent and fermenters, 576 ;
importing cultures, 575–76 ;
of Iran, 422–23 ;
of Iraq, 401–6 , 446–47 , 573–99 ;
of Israel, 433 ;
production facilities, 576–577 ;
scale of, 401–6 ;
of Syria, 437 ;
uncertainties regarding, 590–97 ;
warheads, 579–80
Biological Weapons Convention, 645
Blair, Tony, 360 , 366–67
Blix, Hans, 623–28
Blood agents, 539
Boutros-Ghali, Boutros, 206
Boyne, Sean, 73 , 155
Brazil, and missile programs, 476
Britain, 11–12

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