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2005.03.25

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Ignatius
Greenwood has in fact been consistent; in the written evidence to parliament of october 27 2002, he writes that he believes that military intervention in Iraq would be justified if "(2) The Security Council indicated that Iraq was in material breach of Resolution 687 (1991) and that breach entailed a threat to international peace and security, in which case action would be justified within the framework of Resolution 678 (1990)"; his later argument on the legality of the war rests on the belief that UN Sec. Council Resolution 1441, which was passed 8. november 2002, indeed contains such an indication of a material breach on the part of Iraq.

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