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Iraqi Foreign Policy Future
Shift In Iraqi Foreign Policy Imminent?
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Wednesday, November 14, 2001
Jack Kinsella - Omega Letter Editor

Saddam's second son appears poised to seize the actual control of the Iraqi foreign ministry. Some analysts believe this may lay the groundwork for the US to eventually normalize relations with Iraq.

Iraqi Foreign Minister Naji Sabri al-Hadithi called on Muslim foreign ministers gathering in Qatar Oct. 9 to condemn U.S. strikes on Afghanistan, saying the United States could also target Iraq to settle old scores. Al-Hadithi was speaking before an emergency meeting of the 56-nation Organization of the Islamic Conference.

Al-Hadithi has overseen the largest reshuffle in the Iraqi Foreign Ministry since the 1991 Persian Gulf War.

It now appears that Qusai Hussein, President Saddam Hussein's heir apparent, has control of the ministry, with his loyalist al-Hadithi officially at the helm.

Qusai's move into foreign policy won't make headlines, but it will be noted by state departments and foreign ministries from Washington to Tokyo.

Qusai is as ruthless as his father but maintains a lower profile. More important, the United States and its allies have not demonized him. His ascendancy is an essential step for the eventual normalization of relations between Washington and Baghdad.

The younger of Saddam's two sons, 35-year-old Qusai has spent the past decade building a power base in Iraq.

He has almost total operational control over Iraq's armed forces. Since 1995 he also has led efforts to conceal Iraq's chemical, biological and nuclear weapons programs, according to the U.S. State Department.

The Iraq Press reports that Qusai recently spearheaded the plan to improve the Iraqi air defense system, which has downed three unmanned U.S. reconnaissance vehicles in the past few months.

Possibly the biggest advantage Qusai has is that he is not his father. He does not carry the personal and diplomatic baggage that Saddam has.

Diplomatically speaking, it would be impossible for Washington to back out of its policy on Iraq as long as Saddam is in power. But once he's history, then Qusai could change the future for Iraq and Washington.

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