Dual engagement: France and the Persian Gulf

@article{Lesperance1998DualEF,
  title={Dual engagement: France and the Persian Gulf},
  author={Wayne F. Lesperance and Tom Lansford},
  journal={European Security},
  year={1998},
  volume={7},
  pages={137-166}
}
With the end of the Cold War international relations began anew without the bipolar constraints of two ideologically opposed superpowers. The Iraqi invasion of Kuwait on 2 August 1990 represented the first challenge to the nascent post‐Cold War Persian Gulf security environment. Within the region, France is once again increasingly active in the economic, political and military fields. The re‐evaluation of Washington's ability to remain engaged at its current levels within the Gulf may be… Expand
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