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ISBN:0002570467
Author: Tim Trevan
ISBN13: 978-0002570466
Title: Saddam's Secrets
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Category: Military
Publisher: HarperCollins (January 1, 1989)
Pages: 320

Saddam's Secrets by Tim Trevan



The author of this text, Tim Trevan, was a key British participant (1992-1995) in UNSCOM's investigation of Iraqi chemical and biological sites. In his narrative, he shows how UNSCOM dealt with Iraq's devious, despotic regime: the early frustrations encountered because of Iraq's lying and obstruction; the techniques and technologies inspectors employed; the personal diffic The author of this text, Tim Trevan, was a key British participant (1992-1995) in UNSCOM's investigation of Iraqi chemical and biological sites.

Secrets" by Tim Winton is about a young girl called Kylie who feels inadequate and lonely by her mother's lack of care and love and the missing father figure in her life. Kylie is having trouble dealing with her parents break up, she doesn't know why her dad has left, it was something she wasn't allowed to know so she feels alone, confused and unhappy, she also has to learn to accept the fact that another man has taken her dads place and that person is Philip. Mum and Philip laughed or shouted.

What Tim Trevan gives us as his parting shot is the most prudent observation of politics as a necessary evil since Machiavelli opined to the unknown prince. If you want a cynical political advantage over your enemies, read this book and don't tell them about it, especially Saddam.

Tim ng, British, a former Foreign Office official and a veteran of UN disarmament talks-joined the top negotiating team. Trevan’s book tackles the subject in daunting detail. The descriptions of Iraqi airports and frumpy female scientists may be tedious or colourful, depending on your level of patience. There is no doubt, said UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, that these allegations will make disarmament regimes difficult, if governments believe this kind of thing can happen.

com Product Description (ISBN 000653113X, Paperback). The author of this text, Tim Trevan, was a key British participant (1992-1995) in UNSCOM's investigation of Iraqi chemical and biological sites. In his narrative, he shows how UNSCOM dealt with Iraq's devious, despotic regime: the early frustrations encountered because of Iraq's lying and obstruction; the techniques and technologies inspectors employed; the personal difficulties and dangers of the job; and their ingenuity in tackling problems.

Both Tim Trevan and Scott Ritter admit to not being academics but have a wealth of experience with the details of disarmament. They are also frustrated by their experiences in UNSCOM and have advocated specific policy changes for dealing with Iraq. However, they each have a different story to tell. Besides interviews and . documents, Tim Trevan draws on his personal experiences as the special advisor to the executive chairman of UNSCOM as well as the organization's spokesman; he served with UNSCOM from January 1992 until October 1995. In general, Trevan succeeds in chronicling the mischievous behavior of the Iraqi government and the evolution of UNSCOM's autonomy and capabilities. At the outset, Trevan portrays the book as a detective story about the revelation of Iraq's biological weapons program. He goes on to assert that it was the "area of gravest concern" (p. 169).

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