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American Agenda (Crisis in the Persian Gulf: Sanctions) (Part I) #126156

ABC Evening News for Monday, Dec 10, 1990
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) This week's agenda coverage of consequences of and options to war in the Persian Gulf noted.

(Saudi Arabia: James Walker) Question of whether sanctions will force Iraqi President Saddam Hussein out of Kuwait examined. [Senator Sam NUNN, Secretary of State James BAKER, Representative Charles SCHUMER, Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Colin POWELL, CIA director William WEBSTER, Secretary of Defense Dick CHENEY, Georgetown University professor Robert LIEBER, military analyst Brian JENKINS, economist Robert HORMATS - talk about sanctions against Iraq.] Intelligence reports on success of sanctions noted. Impact of waiting during sanctions on Iraq military, the world economy and world politics detailed.

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Tomorrow's segment on how a war might be fought previewed.

Jennings, Peter;
Walker, James

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