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

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Selected Bibliography

a

Al-Ani, Khalid, The Encyclopedia of Modern Iraq, vol. III, Baghdad: The Arab Encyclopedia House, n.d., pp. 518–519.

al-Shawi, Hamid, ‘‘L’Intervention des militaires dans la vie politique de la Syrie, de l’Irak et de la Jordanie, ’’ Politique Etrangère, No. 3, 1974, pp. 343–374.

Albright, David, and Mark Hibbs, ‘‘Iraq and the Bomb: Were They Even Close?’’ Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, March, 1991, pp. 16–25.

———, ‘‘Iraq’s Bomb: Blueprints and Artifacts, ’’ Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, June, 1992, pp. 8–10.

———, ‘‘Iraq’s Nuclear Hide and Seek, ’’ Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, September, 1991, pp. 14–23.

———, ‘‘Iraq’s Shop-Till-You-Drop Nuclear Program, ’’ Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, April, 1992.

———, ‘‘It’s All Over at Al Atheer, ’’ Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, June, 1992, pp. 8–10.

———, ‘‘Supplier Spotting, ’’ Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, June, 1992, pp. 8–9.

Albright, David, Frans Berkhout, and William Walker, Plutonium and Highly Enriched Uranium, 1996—World Inventories, Capabilities, and Policies, Oxford, SIPRI-Oxford Press, 1997.

Anderson, Gustav, ‘‘Analysis of Two Chemical Weapons Samples from the Iran-Iraq War, ’’ NBC Defense and Technology International, April, 1986, pp. 62–66.

Arnett, Eric H., ‘‘Issue Paper: Ballistic Missile Defense After the Kuwait War, ’’ Washington, American Academy for the Advancement of Science, 91–15S, July, 1991.

Arnett, Eric H., ed., Military Capacity and the Risk of War: China, India, Pakistan, and India, Stockholm, Stockholm Institute of Peace Research Institute, March, 1997.

Atkenson, Edward B., The Powder Keg, Falls Church, NOVA Publications, 1996.


b

Bahnemann, Jorg, and Thomas Enders, ‘‘Reconsider Ballistic Missile Defense, ’’ Military Technology, 4/91, pp. 46–52.

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