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[casi] Assistance Requested from Swedish Iraq Com.

Dear Colleagues,

     Anita Lilburn, who is the Head of the Swedish Iraq Committee Against
Economic Sanctions,   is finishing  an article designed to pry Swedish policy
away from support of  the sanctions and  Bush's proposed war.  To complete her
article, she is asking  for  information on three recent  issues: :

     1)   The Arab League summit in Beirut in March, 2002 as it related to the
      2)  resumed dialogue between Iraq and the UN/SG and

       3) the increasing isolation of the US/UK position.

      Since there is no finer source of expert knowledge on sanctions and
willingness to share that knowledge than CASI,  I request that folks  on this
listserv  respond  and send a copy directly to her as well (  ) .

Thanks in advance for your timely  support,

Thomas J. Nagy, Ph.D.
George Washington University

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