LO and the warrying on terror LO29211

From: Alan Cotterell (acotrel@cnl.com.au)
Date: 09/22/02

Replying to LO29201 --

Dear Jan,

I suspect it is too late to avert action to topple Saddam Hussein. I
believe the reason that the Gulf War wasn't continued right up to and into
Bagdad, was simply how it might look to other leaders in the region. In
particular those leaders whose countries supply most of the oil to the

We are now paying the price of that diplomacy.

I don't believe war is a solution for many situations. However if push
comes to shove - 'have a good go'. To back away half way through a fight
is stupid.

Like you, I don't like this situation with SH. It is full of risk.

Best Regards,
Alan Cotterell


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