The U.S. policy on Iraq is not to disarm the nation but to push for “regime removal,” a former U.N. weapons inspector said Wednesday in Tokyo.

Scott Ritter, an outspoken opponent of the likely U.S.-led war on Iraq, said it is unlikely that Iraq possesses weapons of mass destruction and accused the administration of President George W. Bush of violating international law in its effort to build a case for war.

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