The Gulf War and its aftermath: first reflections

@article{Halliday1991TheGW,
  title={The Gulf War and its aftermath: first reflections},
  author={F. E. Halliday},
  journal={International Affairs},
  year={1991},
  volume={67},
  pages={223-234}
}
  • F. Halliday
  • Published 1 April 1991
  • Political Science
  • International Affairs
Fred Halliday traces the reasons behind Saddam Hussein's invasion of Kuwait in August 1990 and draws out some of the political and security consequences of the war and the ceasefire for the Gulf states and for the Western allies. 

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