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Volume 1, Issue 4
This issue of the bulletin consists of a three-part series on inspections in Iraq:
• First, you are receiving the full text of the findings from a roundtable held by the Wisconsin Project in June. At this roundtable, five former inspectors and one former intelligence official gathered to discuss the feasibility of inspections in today's Iraq under the current UN inspection regime.
• Second, we are enclosing an article that was published in the October issue of Commentary magazine. The article is drawn from the roundtable but also includes the Project's own analysis and conclusions.
• And third, you are receiving an op-ed published in the New York Times on September 16, 2002, in which the Project makes the case that inspections, as they are currently configured, cannot work in Iraq under the regime of Saddam Hussein.
We hope you will find the packet useful. Please feel free to call with any question you may have.
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