Issue 612 - 01 Jun 1999
Even as Iraqi exiles continue their highly public manoeuvres in London and Washington, on the ground in Iraq dissident forces are scoring successes that, little by little, are putting the regime on the defensive. It may well be these less publicised activities that chip away at and ultimately undermine the regime – leaving Iraq’s argumentative exiles to bicker amongst themselves.
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