| It doesn't stop|
at the water's edge
Outside Sweden, he is best known for two things - a) as Director General of the IAEA during the Chernobyl disaster, and b) the inspector who was sent to Iraq and utterly failed to find weapons of mass destruction. Many in the US scorned him for this, assuming him to be incompetent. And if Dubya, Cheney and Blair actually listened to him, maybe they'd be able to leave their respective countries without the almost-constant call for being tried as war criminals.
He has since been appointed the head of the United Arab Emirates nuclear program.
- Remember, centre-right in Europe = godless communist in the United States.
- And they really wanted to listen to him: Blix suspected that his home and office were going to be wiretapped, and was proven right.
- Hans Blix: Iraq War was a terrible mistake and violation of U.N. charter, CNN