The Largest Security-Cleared Career Network for Defense and Intelligence Jobs - JOIN NOW

Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)




From the United Nations Assistance Mission For Iraq (UNAMI)

        

Thursday, 16 Sep 2004


DEFENCE AND SECURITY

·         Soldier Reported Killed, 5 Others Wounded In Mosul-( Radio Dijla)
·         Al-Qa'idah Suspects Arrested In Al-Najaf, Mosul-( Radio Dijla)
·         Iraqi police reportedly storm Al-Sadr office in Basra, seize arms-( Al-Diyar TV)
·         Campaign starts in Iraq's Tall Afar to recover bodies, remove rubble- (Al- Sharqiyah TV)
POLITICS
·         Al-Sistani stresses need to hold elections in Iraq on schedule(Al-Diyar TV)
·         Iraqi Oil Ministry denies theft of "sensitive" information ( Al-Ta'akhi)
·         Iraqi vice-president meets Al-Anbar delegation(Al-Diyar TV)
RECONSTRUCTION
·         Repair work on pipelines begins(Al-Sharqiyah TV)
·         Northern Oil Company test pumping 200,000 bpd- (Al-Ta'akhi)
·         Electricity ministry allows private sector to build power stations(Al-Diyar TV )
IRAQI MEDIA/BROADCAT HEADLINES, 15 Sep 04
·         Dar Al-Salam Radio, Iraqi Islamic Party-affiliated
·         Al-Sharqiyah Satellite Channel, Baghdad, in Arabic
·         Al-Diyar Satellite Channel In Arabic, Baghdad
·         Al-Iraqiah Satellite Channel, Baghdad, in Arabic
IRAQI PRESS HEADLINES, 15 September 2004
·         Al-Zaman [daily, independent, Baghdad edition of London-based Al-Zaman]
·         Al-Mu'tamar [Baghdad, daily newspaper in Arabic published by the Iraqi National Congress]
·         Al-Adalah [Baghdad, twice-weekly newspaper in Arabic published by the Supreme Council of the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI)]
·         Baghdad [Baghdad, daily newspaper in Arabic published by the Iraqi National Accord Movement]
·         Al-Da'wah [Baghdad, weekly newspaper in Arabic published by the Central Bureau of the Islamic Al-Da'wah Party]
·         Al-Sharq al-Awsat [Baghdad edition of London-based daily Al-Sharq al-Awsat, Saudi-owned]
·         Al-Mada [Baghdad, daily, independent newspaper published by Al-Mada Media, Culture and Arts Corporation]
·         Al-Manar al-Yawm [Baghdad, daily independent newspaper in Arabic]
IRAQI PRESS QUOTES& NEWS, 15 September 2004
·         "Events have proved how thirsty Iraqi people are for elections"- Al-Adalah
·         We will make a big mistake should we delay elections- Al-Nahdah
·         "Kidnapping hostages, blackmailing their families for money and cheap gains"- Al-Shira
UPDATES FROM IRAQI KURDISH MEDIA , 15 September 2004:
·         Khabat daily, KDP mouthpiece, 15 September 2004
·         KurdSat TV news , 15 Sep 04:





DEFENCE AND SECURITY


Soldier Reported Killed, 5 Others Wounded In Mosul-( Radio Dijla)

Radio Dijla - Iraq's first independent talk radio station, Radio Dijla (Tigris Radio)15 sep 04: One US soldier was killed and five others were wounded on 15 September when gunmen opened fire on their patrol.


Al-Qa'idah Suspects Arrested In Al-Najaf, Mosul-( Radio Dijla)

Radio Dijla - Iraq's first independent talk radio station, Radio Dijla (Tigris Radio)15 sep 04:: The Iraqi police have arrested six people suspected of belonging to Al-Qa'idah as they tried to enter the city of Al-Najaf, Iraqi Radio Dijlah reported on 15 September. The TV noted that US troops arrested three suspects in Mosul over the past two days. "They also uncovered a weapons hideout in the northern part of the area," the radio added.

Iraqi police reportedly storm Al-Sadr office in Basra, seize arms-( Al-Diyar TV)

Al-Diyar Satellite Channel In Arabic, Baghdad- 15 sep 04 :Iraqi forces in Basra stormed an office of Muqtada al-Sadr in Shatt-al-Arab District and arrested five people on 14th, Al-Diyar TV reported on 15 September. Clashes broke out with a number of armed men who were staying in the office and police confiscated various weapons and ammunition.


Campaign starts in Iraq's Tall Afar to recover bodies, remove rubble- (Al- Sharqiyah TV)

Al- Sharqiyah Satellite Channel, Baghdad, In Arabic 15 sep 04 : Public service teams have begun a large-scale campaign in the city of Tall Afar to recover dead bodies and remove the rubble left by recent clashes, Al-Sharqiyah TV said on 15 September. The displaced families began to return to the city gradually after US troops lifted their siege of the city on 14th, the TV said. It noted that the residents of the city whose houses were not demolished run the risk of being hurt by the bombs, missiles and bullets that did not explode They also had to cope with large piles of garbage and rubble and the absence of electrical power, communications services and fuel, as well as the dangers of contamination by the decomposed bodies trapped under the rubble.
 

POLITICS
Al-Sistani stresses need to hold elections in Iraq on schedule(Al-Diyar TV)

Al-Diyar Satellite Channel In Arabic, Baghdad 15 Sep 04: Grand Ayatollah Al-Sayyid Ali al-Sistani has stressed the need to hold political elections in Iraq in January as scheduled, Iraqi Radio Dijlah reported on 15 September. (Radio Dijla 1400 gmt Interior Ministry to establish force to impose order: The Interior Ministry has decided to form a force to impose order across Iraq, Al-Diyar TV reported on 15 September. An Interior Ministry source said this force will include officers and soldiers from the former army and police, in addition to new volunteers. The recruits will receive training on the use of weapons and how to contain violence acts, the TV said.

Iraqi Oil Ministry denies theft of "sensitive" information ( Al-Ta'akhi)

Al-Ta'akhi newspaper, by the Kurdistan Democratic Party, 15 Sep 04: An official source at the Oil Ministry has denied reports that laser discs containing very sensitive information were stolen from the ministry headquarters, Al-Ta'akhi newspaper reported on 15 September. The source said: "These reports are untrue because the ministry has an integrated security system which cannot be broken into, and the information concerning oil policies are kept in places that are difficult to access."

Iraqi vice-president meets Al-Anbar delegation(Al-Diyar TV)

Al-Diyar Satellite Channel In Arabic, Baghdad: Vice President Ibrahim al-Ja'fari has met several tribal chieftains and notables of the Al-Anbar governorate, Iraqi Al-Diyar TV reported on 15 September. During the meeting, they reviewed the measures needed to implement reconstruction plans and provide services in the governorate.


RECONSTRUCTION

Repair work on pipelines begins(Al-Sharqiyah TV)

Al-Sharqiyah Satellite Channel, Baghdad, in Arabic15 Sep 09: Iraqi specialized technical teams have started to repair the oil pipeline used for exporting Iraqi oil to Turkish ports, Al-Sharqiyah TV reported on 15 September. Sources at the North Oil Company said engineers will take three to seven days to complete the repair work. On Tuesday, an explosive charge targeted at the pipeline went off setting the pipeline ablaze. Gunmen also blew up the main northern oil pipeline, the operation of which has been halted since 2 September, when it was attacked, the TV noted.


Northern Oil Company test pumping 200,000 bpd- (Al-Ta'akhi)

Al-Ta'akhi newspaper, by the Kurdistan Democratic Party 15 Sep 09: A Northern Oil Company source confirmed on 15 September that test pumping of Iraqi oil from Kirkuk to the Turkish port of Ceyhan continued at an average of 200,000 barrels per day, Al-Ta'akhi newspaper reported. The source said that the oil ministry had tried to provide necessary protection for the pipelines and find other ways of exporting Iraqi oil via the port.

Electricity ministry allows private sector to build power stations(Al-Diyar TV )

Al-Diyar Satellite Channel In Arabic, Baghdad, 15 Sep 04: The Ministry of Electricity has decided to allow private sector companies to build and invest in electricity stations to tackle the shortage in electricity, Iraqi Al-Diyar TV reported on 15 September. A source at the Ministry of Electricity said there are contracts available for the Iraqi and foreign companies.

IRAQI MEDIA/BROADCAT HEADLINES, 15 Sep 04

Dar Al-Salam Radio, Iraqi Islamic Party-affiliated
·        

Clashes renewed between US forces and Iraqi resistance men in the Iraqi city of Al-Ramadi; Resistance also attacked a US military base in the Diyala governorate.

·         Seventy Iraqis were killed in Baghdad, Ba'qubah, and Al-Ramadi on 14th .
·         President Al-Yawar holds talks with EU officials in Brussels on ways to reconstruct Iraq, and the NATO agrees to increase its technical aid to Iraq
·         Speaking in the United Arab Emirates, the Italian foreign minister says religious and political authorities in the Arab countries are ready to help get two kidnapped Italian women in Iraq released
·         A former Iraqi university teacher was killed in Baghdad on 14th

Al-Sharqiyah Satellite Channel, Baghdad, in Arabic
·        

Iraqi President Ghazi al-Yawar held talks with NATO secretary general and EU foreign policy chief Javier in Brussels on 14th

·         Iraqi Interior Minister Falah al-Naqib accuses foreign parties of involvement in masterminding the explosion at a Baghdad police recruitment centre
·         The Iraqi Interior Ministry says that a booby-trapped car exploded in the Al-Suwayrah town, south of Baghdad; Two are killed and 10 others are wounded in the explosion
·         Iraqi specialized technical groups start to repair an oil pipeline used to export Iraqi oil to Turkish ports .
·         A group calling itself the Al-Zarqawi Followers Group posts a statement on the Internet claiming responsibility for two attacks mounted against oil pipelines on14th .
·         The Iraqi Health Ministry announces that 10 persons are killed and six others are wounded in clashes with the US forces in the city of Al-Ramadi
·         Groups of Iraqi Civil Defence, health, and public services launch a large-scale campaign in Tall Afar to recover dead bodies and remove the rubble caused by recent clashes
·         The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, UNHCR, resumes the repatriation of Iraqi refugees in Iran following a one-month suspension due to security reasons
·         The US forces release 57 detainees, including minors, from the Abu Ghurayb Prison
·         British Army Commander Gen Mike Jackson says that security incidents in Iraq will not stand in the way of holding parliamentary elections in January, press statements made during a visit to British troops in Iraq today cited
·         Gunmen release a Turkish translator who was held hostage August; A Turkish diplomat in Baghdad states that the hostage is at the Turkish Embassy in Baghdad
·         Italian newspapers speak about the possible release of the two Italian hostages after relatives of the Iraqis held with them received reassuring news; ANSA says that Rome received this news which cannot be verified

Al-Diyar Satellite Channel In Arabic, Baghdad
·        

Iraqi President Ghazi Al-Yawar visited NATO headquarters in Brussels on 14th

·         Prime Minister Iyad Allawi says Al-Fallujah will be excluded from elections if terrorists are not purged from the city
·         Vice President Al-Ja'fari meets a number of figures from Al-Anbar Governorate
·         An official source at the Iraqi Council of Ministers says that the Media Commission is about to issue a string of stringent controls and regulations binding to all Iraqi media outlets
·         Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari says that his government seeks to expand participation in the conference for the counties neighbouring Iraq
·         Minister of State Qasim Dawud says the amnesty law has been extended for another month
·         The Health Ministry says violence on 2 Sep, claimed the lives of 78 people and injured 204 others
·         The Iraqi Police in Basra stormed Al-Sadr office in the city and arrested five people
·         The Iraqi Interior Ministry decides to form a force to keep security in Iraq
·         Anti-riot forces in Al-Muthanna Governorate abort an operation to smuggle Iraqi antiquities A Katyusha rocket falls on a house in Baghdad without exploding
·         A bomb explodes in Ba'qubah injuring four policemen and a civilian
·         Sources of the US State Department says that during its attacks on Tall Afar, the United States sought to avoid harming civilians
·         Some Mosul University students, who live in Tall Afar, demand that exams they failed to attend because of the security situation be repeated; The university agrees to give the students another chance .
·         Report on results of attacks and bombardments of Tall Afar
·         Baghdad Municipality decides that 15 September is the deadline for ending illegal occupation of the state property by citizens
·         The water resources Ministry announces that Al-Amarah Dam has been completed
·         The Electricity Ministry decides to allow private sector companies to build and invest in electricity stations
·         Campaign to provide necessary equipment for the Faculty of Fine Arts in Baghdad University begins

Al-Iraqiah Satellite Channel, Baghdad, in Arabic
·        

Iraq President Ghaza al-Yawar stresses importance of holding election as scheduled. Statement comes during his visit to NATO headquarters in Brussels.

·         UN Security Council hearing on Iraq election
·         Two killed and ten injured in car bomb blast in Baghdad
·         Three beheaded bodies thought to be foreigners found north of Baghdad
·         Supporters of Abu-Musa'b al-Zarqawi claims responsibility for attack on Biji oil pipeline
·         Rising number of women and children falling victims of terrorist acts--Iraqi hospital sources
·         Iraqis call for end to terrorist attacks Iraqis protest against terrorism, women and children take part in protest
·         Fresh releases from Abu Ghurayb prison
·         Iraq to increase oil output to pre-Gulf War levels by end of next year


IRAQI PRESS HEADLINES, 15 September 2004

Al-Zaman [daily, independent, Baghdad edition of London-based Al-Zaman]

·        

Interior minister: You will hear of forceful measures against perpetrators of terrorist acts;

·         161 killed, wounded in car bomb explosion targeting recruitment centre
·         Explosive devices blown up under oil pipelines cover Bayji with smoke clouds, cut power to Baghdad
·         Today, 750 prisoners to be released from Abu-Ghurayb prison
·         French Foreign Ministry to assess work of Baghdad, Amman teams three weeks after journalist kidnappings
·         Al-Najaf governor: Compensation to be paid to victims in Al-Najaf
·         Central Bank sets policies to prepare Iraqi currency for foreign exchange
·         Turkoman front: Recommendations submitted to National Assembly to end Tall Afar crisis



Al-Mu'tamar [Baghdad, daily newspaper in Arabic published by the Iraqi National Congress]

·        

Senior INC member strongly criticizes Mithal al-Alusi's visit to Israel as immoral;

·         INC suspends Al-Alusi's membership, to open investigation
·         Al-Alusi to Israeli newspaper: INC unaware of my travel to Israel
·         Thirty-nine killed, 69 wounded in Baghdad bombing
·         Electricity minister: Power cut caused by oil pipeline fire
·         Chalabi's lawsuit against Jordan alarms government, fearing freeze of its USA assets
·         Iraqi vice-president: Saddam occupied Iraq before Kuwait
·         Turkey threatens to stop cooperation with USA if attack on Tall Afar did not end
·         Agriculture Ministry considers Iraq possible accession to WTO
·         Mines, radioactive materials put live, development in Iraq at risk
·         Graduates in Mosul demonstrate to demand job opportunities
·        

Al-Adalah [Baghdad, twice-weekly newspaper in Arabic published by the Supreme Council of the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI)]

·        

Diplomatic move to hold international summit to establish security, reconstruct Iraq

·         New strategy to regain control of hotspots in Iraq
·         Electricity Ministry: Sabotage acts cause power system shut down; Repair works under way
·         Amnesty law extended for one month;
·         (Muwaffaq) al-Rubay'i on unannounced mission
·         Twelve policemen killed in Ba'qubah
·         SCIRI leader receives Australian ambassador
·         Environment Ministry bans import of radioactive materials
·         Oil official: Sabotage attack halts oil exports from northern Iraq
·         Human rights centres to look for detainees, missing persons
·         Population survey completed in preparation for census
·         Egypt ready to train Iraqi research staff, offer scholarships to Iraqis
·         Alternative measures for examinations in areas of tension
·         New regulations to adjust civil servant salaries
·         Allawi's bandaged hand bruised by beating on table
·         Jordanian project to relieve Iraq debts in return for role in reconstruction
·         Turkey threatens to end cooperation with Washington in Iraq
·         Red Crescent Society: National campaign to control AIDS

Baghdad [Baghdad, daily newspaper in Arabic published by the Iraqi National Accord Movement]

·        

Terrorist killers commit horrendous crime; Car bomb explosion leaves 150 dead, wounded, all innocent

·         Iraqis President Al-Yawar says government works untiringly to hold elections, thanks Poland for sending troops to Iraq
·         Outages throughout Iraq caused by sabotage
·         Blast disrupts Iraqi oil pipeline near Kirkuk
·         Prime minister praises relations with Syria, confirms arrest of 16 foreign terrorists
·         Iraqi special criminal court on crimes against humanity comments on baseless media reports
·         Information commission head: All newspapers should be licensed to continue publication
·         Interior minister visits scene of blast, says: We will rebuild Iraq and there will be no room for its enemies
·         New military campaign to establish security in troubled areas
·         Terrorist from Arab countries in Iraqi jail
·         Zebari to put forward! draft resolution on Arab position on Iraq
·         Progress made in Bayji power station repairs
·         For winter season, 450 million litres of kerosene stored
·         Health Ministry: 13,000 cases of infection with contagious diseases reported
·         Ration cards not to be replaced by cash payments
·         Ambitious plans to increase total production capacity for Maysan oilfields

Al-Da'wah [Baghdad, weekly newspaper in Arabic published by the Central Bureau of the Islamic Al-Da'wah Party]
·        

Fierce confrontations in Al-Sadr City; Three agreements fail to establish security

·         Imam Ali shrine to be opened for visitors next week
·         Election commission chairman: Elections to be held on schedule; No intention of delay
·         Iraqi interior minister summoned to appear in criminal court
·         Kurds offer security role in Iraqi tension areas
·         Basra council chairman: Council restructured; Security situation heading for stability Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization attempts to win support
·        

Al-Sharq al-Awsat [Baghdad edition of London-based daily Al-Sharq al-Awsat, Saudi-owned]

·        

New massacres against police in Baghdad, Ba'qubah kill 60, wound 120

·         Former doctor to Saddam: Saddam probably underwent surgery in detention
·         Criminals kill 80-year-old Iraqi academic, mutilate his body
·         Youngest spy in the world: Boy from Husaybah guides American to his father
·         Arms trade flourishes in Basra
·         Oil minister: Iraq produces over 2.5m bpd Al-Yawar discusses in Brussels cooperation with EU, NATO
·         Danish right-wing activists urge government to return Iraqi asylum seekers
·         (Judge) Zuhayr al-Maliki: Ahmad, Salim al-Chalabi appeared in court, released on bail until investigation completed

Al-Mada [Baghdad, daily, independent newspaper published by Al-Mada Media, Culture and Arts Corporation]

·        

Another bloody day in Baghdad; Two car bombs with dozens killed, wounded; Al-Zarqawi claims responsibility

·         Allawi announces capture of 16 Arab terrorists
·         Iraqis still optimistic of future Al-Yawar confirms Iraq moving towards democracy despite violence
·         Roadside bomb explosion near Planning Ministry;
·         Two rockets hit green zone; Nine Iraqis wounded; Two US soldiers killed
·         Australian foreign minister: No Australian missing in Iraq
·         Al-Najaf governor: Municipality allocated 7bn dinars for Al-Najaf reconstruction
·         Sabotage attack on Kirkuk-Ceyhan oil pipeline one week after repair
·         Police, national guards attack gun market in old Basra in response to Al-Mada's call
·         Demonstrators in Al-Samawah demand resignation of Al-Muthanna governor In Wasit,
·         2,400 policemen appointed upon recommendation from tribe leaders
·         Terrorists attack state-run fuel stations
·         Peace deal between Al-Samarra residents, multinational forces
·         Unidentified men attack national guard positions, civilian targets with mortars, Katyusha rockets in Kirkuk
·         Project to develop drinking water network in Basra within next five years
·         New Iraqi tribal council: Programme for understanding, dialogue, cooperation to save country from violence, destruction

Al-Manar al-Yawm [Baghdad, daily independent newspaper in Arabic]
·        

Forty-nine Iraqis killed in car bomb blast in front of police station in Hayfa Street

·         Allawi expels security minister from Iraq
·         US forces bomb Al-Fallujah
·         US army arrest 10 policemen Saboteurs blow up north Iraq oil pipeline; Exports to Turkey suspended
·         Two US soldiers killed in Baghdad attack Three national guards wounded in roadside bomb explosion in Ba'qubah
·         Basra governor prevents holding Friday prayers in Al-Najaf,
·         Al-Kufah Constitutional Monarchy calls for not using planes, heavy weapons against people, residential areas
·         Charges of prisoner abuse in Mosul
·         Saddam's lawyer: Defence minister's statements on Saddam's execution is violation of law
·         Assyrians return from Baghdad to their villages for fear of assassination
·         Mismanagement, insecurity behind electricity crisis
·        



IRAQI PRESS QUOTES& NEWS, 15 September 2004
"Events have proved how thirsty Iraqi people are for elections"- Al-Adalah

Al-Adalah [Baghdad, twice-weekly newspaper in Arabic published by the Supreme Council of the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI)] [From commentary by Ali Khalif] : 15 Sep 04: "Events have proved how thirsty the Iraqi people are for elections which represent the shining sun after long darkness and the hope after years of suppression and frustration Elections reflect a humanitarian, worldly, as well as heavenly demand for achieving human justice on earth through giving man the freedom to choose his representatives Holding elections on schedule with broad participation of people from the north to the south means a dream coming true and a hope only few months away from building the honourable state they long aspired for "



We will make a big mistake should we delay elections- Al-Nahdah

Al-Nahdah [Baghdad, daily political newspaper] 15 Sept: [From commentary by Adnan al-Pachachi] "We will make a big mistake should we delay elections, because this means rewarding the forces still trying to undermine Iraq's stability and security and break up its unity. Prolonging the interim period is in no one's interest. Many are the examples for elections held under circumstances of wars and internal tensions. The national assembly to be elected in January will write the permanent constitution that will decide the country's future. This is the demand of Iraqis who are fed up with the interim governments and interim constitutions placed and changed at the will and whims of rulers''

"Kidnapping hostages, blackmailing their families for money and cheap gains"- Al-Shira

Al-Shira [Baghdad, twice-weekly independent newspaper in Arabic 15 Sep 04: [From commentary by Muhammad Bdaywi al-Shimmari] "Kidnapping hostages and blackmailing their families for money and cheap gains, beheading people before media, detonating car bombs in residential areas and assassinating security men, scientists and university professors are far from resistance and jihad With such actions, those misguided individuals are committing an odious crime not only against Iraq and its people or Islam and its reputation, but also against the concept of resistance which is still a delayed Iraqi option "





 ATES FROM IRAQI KURDISH MEDIA , 15 September 2004:

Khabat daily, KDP mouthpiece, 15 September 2004
·        

KDP leader Massoud Barzani receives Kirkuk Kurdish, Arab and Turcoman clergymen.

·         Iraqi elections next year, Iraqi president says in Poland.
·         50 dead and 113 wounded in Baghdad terrorist blast
·         Terrorist attack on PUK Mosul HQ Tuesday, civilian passers-by wounded
·         ID 1.6 billion allocated for stadium construction n Soran
·         Half million students back to Erbil and Dahuk schools today
·         Joint military meeting between KDP, PUK and Coalitions
·         Diaconia Swedish NGO implements educational projects in Kurdistan
·         Erbil-based IDPs office supports 394 families in Betwata and Rustae, surveys returnees to Altun Kopri.
·         Tailoring session for 40 women victims of Anfal.
·         Concordia NGO organizes symposiums in Khabat on elections
·         25 Arab and Kurd intellectuals and journalists from Mosul honored on 43rd Aylul Revolution anniversary.
·         Distribution of school bags to primary and intermediate students

KurdSat TV news , 15 Sep 04:
·        

Iraqi National Guards and multinational forces engaged in clashes with insurgents in Tall Afar

·         The head of Patriotic Union of Kurdistan-led Kurdistan regional government Umar Fattah meets Fine Art College teachers
·         Report over video on living condition of returnees to Topzawa village in Kirkuk
·         Deputy director of Northern Oil Company in Iraq says sabotage acts will not affect the company
·         British forces in Iraq hand over their headquarters to Iraqi police in Al-Imarah
·         Hundreds of prisoners released from Abu-Ghurayb prison in Baghdad .
·         Report on rising demands for petrol in Al-Sulaymaniyah


***

NB: This is not an official document. The information contained therein was compiled by the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq, Information Office. If you have any questions/suggestions, please contact us at (+ 962 550 -4631/4703 or Cell. + 962 77 619 731 jarrar@un.org <mailto:jarrar@un.org> or alsokhni@un.org <mailto:alsokhni@un.org>



NEWSLETTER
Join the GlobalSecurity.org mailing list


One Billion Americans: The Case for Thinking Bigger - by Matthew Yglesias