Scott Ritter

former Chief Weapons Inspector; UN Special Commission in Iraq

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Former Marine intelligence officer, then chief weapons inspector for the United Nations Special Commission in Iraq; author of the forthcoming Dangerous Ground: America's Failed Arms Control Policy from FDR to Obama

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With  Abdullah Abdullah  out of the run-off election, Hamid Karzai has been declared re-elected as President of Afghanistan.  In Kabul, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has  offered…

Hamid Karzai Declared Afghan President Again

With Abdullah Abdullah out of the run-off election, Hamid Karzai has been declared re-elected as President of Afghanistan.  In Kabul, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has offered…

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With  Abdullah Abdullah  out of the run-off election, Hamid Karzai has been declared re-elected as President of Afghanistan.

Hamid Karzai Declared Afghan President Again

With Abdullah Abdullah out of the run-off election, Hamid Karzai has been declared re-elected as President of Afghanistan.

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