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by Jean Krasno,James S. Sutterlin


Yale-UN Oral History Project. the Chronicle Library Shelf) By Sutterlin, James Krasno, Jean UN Chronicle, Vol. 40, No. 2, June-August 2003.

The Oral History Project was conducted in two stages: the first part from 1989 to 1991 within the Institution for Social and Policy Studies at Yale, producing some 50 interviews; and the second part from 1996 until 2001 within UN Studies at Yale, producing over 100 additional interviews. The interviews were audiotaped, from which written transcriptions were made. Yale-UN Oral History Project.

Krasno and Sutterlin provide a thorough analysis of UNSCOM, the UN Special Commission charged with .

Krasno and Sutterlin provide a thorough analysis of UNSCOM, the UN Special Commission charged with eliminating weapons of mass destruction in Iraq during 1991-98. deals with fascinating subjects, such as the fact that US U-2 intelligence planes were put under UN authority and control. for those interested in assessing for themselves the role of UNSCOM's work, this is balanced and enlightening.

Krasno and Sutterlin outline the special intelligence skills that UNSCOM .

Krasno and Sutterlin outline the special intelligence skills that UNSCOM developed over the years in response to Iraqi tactics. Following the Gulf War from 1991 to 1998, the United Nations Special Commission (UNSCOM) was created to unveil and eliminate Iraq's weapons of mass destruction through inspections.

James S. Sutterlin (March 15, 1922 – May 8, 2017) was an American author, academic, and officer at the United States Department of State with rank equivalent to an Assistant Secretary of State. Sutterlin (March 15, 1922 – May 8, 2017) was an American author, academic, and officer at the United States Department of State with rank equivalent to an Assistant Secretary of State, who also spent 13 years working in various capacities for the Secretariat of the United Nations.

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Includes bibliographical references and index. Sutterlin, James S. Bookplateleaf. Krasno 00 fm; krasno 01 1-10; krasno 02 11-40; krasno 03 41-76; krasno 03 fig section; krasno 04 77-106; krasno 05 107-140; krasno 06 141-158; krasno 07 159-176; krasno 08 177-186; krasno 09 app 187-228; krasno 09 bib 229-230; krasno 09 ind 231-238; krasno 10 author 239-240. Print version record.

Special Commission on Iraq - History. ISBN. 0275978389 (alk. paper).

ADA University Library Conference. Special Commission on Iraq - History. Chemical arms control - Verification - Iraq. Biological arms control - Verification - Iraq. Nuclear arms control - Verification - Iraq. Weapons of mass destruction - Iraq.

The United Nations and Iraq: Defanging the Viper ) . Sutterlin, James Smyrl was born on March 15, 1922 in Frankfort, Kentucky, United States. Son of Frederick J. and Agnes (Douglas) Sutterlin.

The United Nations and Iraq: Defanging the Viper ) Following the Gulf War from 1991 to 1998, the United Nations Special Commission (UNSCOM) was created to unveil and eliminate Iraq's weapons of mass destruction through inspections. This study describes how UNSCOM was designed to maintain its independence and authority, detailing the dramatic events that occurred as UNSCOM attempted to deal with an intransigent Iraq.

Jean Krasno is a part-time Lecturer at Columbia University and at Yale University.

Following the Gulf War from 1991 to 1998, the United Nations Special Commission (UNSCOM) was created to unveil and eliminate Iraq's weapons of mass destruction through inspections. This study describes how UNSCOM was designed to maintain its independence and authority, detailing the dramatic events that occurred as UNSCOM attempted to deal with an intransigent Iraq. Krasno and Sutterlin outline the special intelligence skills that UNSCOM developed over the years in response to Iraqi tactics. They also provide an accounting of UNSCOM achievements and analyze remaining concerns.

Along with documentary research, much of the information in this book was obtained through a series of interviews with key players, including the Executive Directors, several UNSCOM inspectors, and a number of ambassadors to the United Nations who were directly involved. Concerns about Iraq's remaining weapons capabilities, particularly its biological and chemical weapons, have become increasingly relevant since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and the ensuing anthrax threat. This study provides insight about the disarming of Iraq, as well what lessons can be learned from the UNSCOM experiment.

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ISBN13: 978-0275978389

ISBN: 0275978389

Author: Jean Krasno,James S. Sutterlin

Category: History

Subcategory: Military

Language: English

Publisher: Praeger (February 28, 2003)

Pages: 264 pages

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