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The following sources are recommended by an expert whose research specialty is the relationship between the United Nations and Iraq.


Six Superlative Sources

· The International Atomic Energy Agency. The IAEA website provides all the reports and statements of the Director-General of the IAEA relative to nuclear weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.

· Krasno, Jean E., and James S. Sutterlin. The United Nations and Iraq: Defanging the Viper. Praeger, 2003. Provides a comprehensive account of the UN role in the search for and elimination of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.

· Pérez de Cuéllar, Javier. Pilgrimage for Peace: A Secretary General's Memoir. St. Martin's Press, 1997. Includes coverage of the UN role in the war between Iraq and Iran and in the early stages of the Gulf War.

· The United Nations. The UN website contains all Security Council resolutions relative to Iraq, the texts of relevant reports, and statements of the Secretary-General to the Security Council and the General Assembly going back to the beginning of the war between Iraq and Iran, plus more current news conferences, press releases and statements by the UN press spokesman.

· The United Nations Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission. The website of UNMOVIC provides a chronological history of UNMOVIC activities in search of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, as well as the texts of statements and reports by the UNMOVIC Executive Chairman.

· The United Nations Special Commission. The UNSCOM website provides a chronological history of UNSCOM activities in search of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, as well as references to the most significant resolutions, statements, and reports on the subject.

Other Excellent Sources

· Baker, James A., with Thomas M. DeFrank. The Politics of Diplomacy: Revolution, War, and Peace, 1989-1992. Putnam, 1995.

· Blix, Hans. Disarming Iraq. Pantheon Books, 2004.

· Ritter, Scott. Endgame: Solving the Iraq Problem -- Once and for All. Simon and Schuster, 1999.

· Sutterlin, James, and Jean Krasno. Yale-United Nations Oral History Project. Deposited in the Sterling Memorial Library at Yale University and in the Dag Hammarskjöld Library at the United Nations, the collection includes interviews with persons directly involved in the UN role in the Gulf War and its aftermath.

· Trevan, Tim. Saddam's Secrets: The Hunt for Iraq's Hidden Weapons. HarperCollins, 1999.

· United Nations Department of Public Information. The United Nations and the Iraq-Kuwait Conflict, 1990-1996. United Nations, 1996.

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