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[casi] Administration Considering Former CIA Director Woolsey for Iraq Government

Source: Roula Khalaf and James Harding, "Iraqis fear Americans may run
country after war", Financial Times, 3 April 2003,
* The article mentions former CIA Director James Woolsey.  Woolsey has long
vocally argued, absent credible evidence, the Government of Iraq sponsored
sub-state actors to attack US civilians.
* Woolsey has extensive ties to the Iraqi National Congress (INC).

Recently, several high level UN officials have stressed the need to limit
the US role and maximize the UN role in Iraq.  Below are two related

The Financial Times (FT) is an excellent source for Iraq news, especially as
it relates to the UN.  To access the FT's Iraq page, go to:
* On the right hand side you will see an option for "Reconstruction".

Source: Mark Turner, "UN spells out limits of US post-conflict rights",
Financial Times, 3 April 2003,

Source: Hugh Williamson, "UN must lead postwar efforts in Iraq, says food
chief", Financial Times, 2 April 2003,

Nathaniel Hurd
Non-governmental Consultant on United Nations' Iraq policy
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Fax: 718-504-4224
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Brooklyn, NY  11217

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