The U.N. is much more than the case of Iraq.
By and large my relations with the US were good.
International cooperation, multilateralism is indispensable.
It was to do with information management. The intention was to dramatise it.
Like I said, I'm more worried long term about the environmental issues then the use of arms.
Even on television, the wavelengths that you use, they have to be distributed between countries.
So interviews are a valuable tool, but under certain circumstances they'd be more valuable than others.
What surprises me, what amazes me, is that it seems the military people were expecting to stumble on large quantities of gas, chemical weapons and biological weapons.
But I would say if the Security Council is only relevant if it agrees with the United States, then we have come a long way in a direction that I do not like very much.