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[casi] CRS Iraq Reports: Read What US Congresspeople Read for Information and Analysis

Congressional Research Service (CRS) reports are a primary information
source for US Congresspeople and often underpin legislators’ positions.
Below are Urls for recent, relevant CRS Iraq reports and an opportunity to
read what Congresspeople read for what they frequently consider to be
reliable documentation and analysis.



‘The Congressional Research Service is the public policy research arm of the
United States Congress. As a legislative branch agency within the Library of
Congress, CRS works exclusively and directly for Members of Congress, their
Committees and staff on a confidential, nonpartisan basis.’

‘The CRS staff comprises nationally recognized experts in a range of issues
and disciplines, including law, economics, foreign affairs, the physical
sciences, information science, public administration, and the social and
political sciences.’


Recent CRS reports on Iraq.

Kenneth Katzman, ‘Iraq: Compliance, Sanctions, and U.S. Policy’,
Congressional Research Service, 6 September 2002,

Alfred B. Prados, ‘Iraq: Former and Recent Military Confrontations With the
United States’, 6 September 2002,

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