Fellow of the Middle East & United Nations Affairs at the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS)
Con to the question "Should the US Have Attacked Iraq?"
"Iraq has not attacked the US. Going to war against Iraq will not increase, but rather reduce, the security of Americans at home and abroad. Antagonism will increase, possibly leading to greater incidents of terror. The Middle East region will be thrown into even greater instability and violence. Going to war against Iraq is not defending, but rather threatening, the national security interests of the people of the United States."
"A Response to Bush's Proposed Congressional Resolution," Institute for Policy Studies, Sep. 28, 2002