In Saddam's Iraq: Face-Off in the Gulf, Reuters correspondents present a compelling, in-depth look at Iraq under President Saddam Hussein and the face-off with the United States. Drawing on decades of experience covering the region, they place today's crisis in context, offering an objective analysis of the case for "regime change." They assess the implications of military attack, addressing key questions like: Will Saddam use "Doomsday" weapons? What is the role of oil? What happens to Israel? Who comes after Saddam? At the heart of the book: a vivid portrait of Saddam himself.
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Face-Off in the Gulf, Mark Trevelyan.
Saddams Iron Grip on Power, Patrick Worsnip.
The Gulf War: Dispatches from the Frontline, Paul Holmes.
The IranIraq War: Saddams Regional Ambitions, Alistair Lyon.
Unfinished Business: The Legacy of U.S. Intervention in the Gulf, David Storey.