The Persian Gulf Crisis
Ideal for student research, this book provides a reference guide to the war as well as seven essays analyzing a variety of aspects of the war and its consequences. The essays address questions such as: How did Saddam Hussein become such a major threat and how has he survived the war? How critical was George Bush in driving U.S. and global foreign policy during the crisis? How were key decisions made? Did the war fail or succeed in retrospect? What were its long-run political, economic, strategic and cultural effects? Can collective security work? Is the United Nations likely to be effective in future crises? What lessons can be learned from the crisis? Yetiv draws on primary documents and extensive interviews with many key players such as Colin Powell, James Baker, and Brent Scowcroft, and Arab and European leaders which cast new light on the event… [From Amazon.com]
Persian Gulf War (1991), Iraq, Saddam Hussein, Collective security, Foreign policy, United States
American Politics | International Relations | Islamic World and Near East History | Near and Middle Eastern Studies | Political History | United States History
Yetiv, Steve A., "The Persian Gulf Crisis" (1997). Political Science & Geography Faculty Books. 20.