From the Horse’s Mouth

From the Horse’s Mouth

So much for the continent’s high moral ground. Hamza sums it up well:

Saddam’s policy of squandering Iraq’s resources by paying outrageous prices to friendly states seems to be paying off. The irresponsibility and lack of morality these states are displaying in trying to keep the world’s worst butcher in power is perhaps indicative of a new world order. It is a world of winks and nods to emerging rogue states–for a price. It remains for the U.S. and its allies to institute an opposing order in which no price is high enough for dictators like Saddam to thrive.

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