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About Iraq Watch

Iraq Watch was published by the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control from 2000-2006.  As of August 2006, the site is no longer being updated.  However, Iraq Watch remains a valuable repository of information about Iraq’s past mass destruction weapon programs, the U.N. inspection process, the post-war weapon search, and disarmament questions. The site’s vast compendium of documents from official and private sources is the best existing record of the world's effort to understand and contain Iraq’s weapons programs. The site also contains information on the procurement networks Iraq used to build its weapon programs.

The Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control carries out research and public education designed to stop the spread of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons and long-range missiles. It is a private, non-profit, non-partisan organization in Washington, D.C. founded in cooperation with the University of Wisconsin.

Click here to see the PRESS RELEASE that accompanied the 2001 launch of Iraq Watch.

Kelly Motz served as Editor and then Executive Editor of Iraq Watch. In addition, the site has benefited from the contributions of past and present researchers, including, Mrs. Diana Conway, Mr. Colin Dean, Ms. Valerie Lincy, Ms. Liz Palmer and Mr. Arthur Shulman.

 


 

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