Adel Darwish is a London-based investigative journalist—a correspondent for the Independent and a regular contributor to the Economist—who has specialized in ferreting out European arms exports to Saddam Hussein.
With “Gregory Alexander,” a pseudonymous British defense journalist, former army officer, and arms trader, he has just published Unholy
Babylon: The Secret History of Saddam’s War (London, Victor Gollancz, 1991), the most detailed part of which is a compilation of their
research on the Iraqi arms buildup. It makes for interesting reading.
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