Iraq, The Gulf and The World Community.
Gow, James (Ed.)
Book ID: 2257
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A review of the implications of the Gulf War which offers an account of what shaped the responses before and after 15th January 1991, and analyzes the role played by the United Nations. The book also addresses the implications of the war for future international security and world order.
Iraq and the war for Kuwait, Charles Tripp; American objectives in the Gulf crisis, Jo-Anne Hart; the Arab States and the Middle East balance of power, Anoushiravan Ehteshami; the Soviet Union and the Gulf, James Gow; Iranian perspectives on the Persian Gulf conflict, Elahe Mohtesham; reactions in North Africa to the conflict in the Gulf, George Joffe; the Europeans, the EC and the Gulf, Trevor Salmon; the military coalition, Julian Thompson; economic implications, Susan Willet; the Gulf War and the new world order, Lawrence Freedman.