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[casi] CASI website additions

Dear list

There's been a few significant additions recently to the CASI website,
which I thought wise to notify you of. All additions are recorded on
as they happen. These are the documents and links added over the last few

1. Details on the status of "oil for food" contracts up to 3 July 2002,
with the value of applications, approvals, holds, arrivals and
distributions recorded by phase and by sector.
By sector:
By phase:
(for those who wish to have the data in computable form, replace .pdf with

The total value of goods that have arrived in Iraq under OFF from its
inception in 1996 until the present day (ie over 5 years) remains less
than the half Iraq's oil export earnings in a single pre-sanctions peak
year, namely 1979 or 1980 (adjusted for inflation). And there is now
double the population to provide for.

2. The text of the 19 questions presented by Iraqi Foreign Minister Naji
Sabri to the UN Secretary-General on 7 March 2002, as released by the
Iraqi News Agency on 10 July 2002.

3. The transcript of an extended interview with former Chief Weapons
Inspector Scott Ritter by the Boston Research Group, from 27 April 2000.

And links to:
"Saddam's Ultimate Solution": an extended interview with Richard Perle,
chairman of the Defense Policy Board on the "Wide Angle" PBS documentary
(11 July 2002).

The ninth quarterly report of the Executive Chairman of the United Nations
Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission (Unmovic) of 31 May

An extensively annotated index of Iraqi opposition groups.

The new website of the International Atomic Energy Agency's Iraq Action
which includes a factsheet on Iraq's Nuclear Weapons Programme: "There
were no indications that there remains in Iraq any physical capability
for the production of amounts of weapons-usable nuclear material of any
practical significance."

I hope some of this comes in useful.


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