Saddam Hussein, Stalin on the Tigris

Abstract

In a penetrating profile of Saddam Hussein, the author concludes soberly that “Saddam’s harm will long outlive him. Iraq, too important to be left alone, yet too convoluted to be understood by outsiders, will take decades to recover.”

This essay originally appeared as an FPRI E-Note in February 2007.

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