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Iraq-US Relations / Psychological Warfare / Allies #720125

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 22, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: David Martin) President Bush’s psychological offensive aimed at planting doubts & fears in the minds of the Iraqi people examined; details given of intelligence reports about disagreement in the Iraqi government over whether to fight. [BUSH – warns Iraqi soldiers against using weapons of mass destruction.] [British Prime Minister Tony BLAIR – says they are weakening.] [Secretary of Defense Donald RUMSFELD – announces the broadcast of Pentagon briefings to the Iraqis.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(London: Mark Phillips) The reluctance of France & Germany to join the US in a war against Iraq detailed. [Transatlantic analyst Dana ALLIN†- says commercial interests are involved.] [RUMSFELD – says other countries in Europe are with the US.]

Rather, Dan;
Martin, David;
Phillips, Mark

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