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  • WebMemo posted October 15, 2003 by Carrie Satterlee Q&A on Supplemental Funding for Iraq Reconstruction

    On September 17, the White House sent to Congress a request for $87 billion in supplemental funding for military operations and reconstruction efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan. In the supplemental request, $65.6 billion is earmarked for the Department of Defense to fund the war on terrorism, including ongoing operations in Afghanistan and Iraq.   However,…

  • WebMemo posted April 17, 2003 by Carrie Satterlee Saddam Hussein's Violations of the Geneva Convention

    As fighting in Iraq winds down and coalition forces stamp out the last remaining pockets of resistance, coalition forces and humanitarian agencies are only beginning to document the atrocities that occurred under this brutal regime. According to senior officials at the U.S. Department of State, "the Iraqi regime has not only acted contrary to international laws and…

  • WebMemo posted March 19, 2003 by Paolo Pasicolan, Carrie Satterlee "Coalition of the Willing" Already Larger than the 1991 Gulf War Coalition

    Just one day after announcing a 48-hour ultimatum for Saddam Hussein to leave Iraq, President Bush once again has been criticized for "unilateralism." On the contrary, a large, and growing, number of countries have decided to join a "coalition of the willing" to liberate Iraq.   Secretary of State Colin Powell on Tuesday announced that, "We now have…

  • WebMemo posted February 28, 2003 by Carrie Satterlee Facts on Who Benefits From Keeping Saddam Hussein In Power

    France France controls over 22.5 percent of Iraq's imports.[1] French total trade with Iraq under the oil-for-food program is the third largest, totaling $3.1 billion since 1996, according to the United Nations.[2] In 2001 France became Iraq's largest European trading partner. Roughly 60 French companies did an estimated $1.5 billion in trade with…

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