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Author Yetiv, Steven A.

Title The Persian Gulf crisis / Steve A. Yetiv
Published Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1997


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Description xxi, 197 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
Series Greenwood Press guides to historic events of the twentieth century, 1092-177X
Greenwood Press guides to historic events of the twentieth century. 1092-177X
Praeger Security International
Contents Series Foreword / Randall M. Miller -- Key Players in the Persian Gulf Crisis -- Chronology of Events -- 1. Drama in the Desert: An Overview of the Crisis -- 2. War Erupts in a Storm: The Continuation of Diplomacy by Air and on the Ground -- 3. From Truman to Desert Storm: The Rising Eagle in the Persian Gulf -- 4. President Bush and Saddam Hussein: A Classic Case of Individuals Driving History -- 5. The West Arms a Brutal Dictator: Can Proliferation Be Controlled in the Post-Cold War World? -- 6. The United Nations and Collective Security: Was the Gulf War a Model for the Future? -- 7. The Impact of the Gulf War: The Operation Was a Success but the Patient Lived -- Biographies: The Personalities Behind the Crisis -- Primary Documents of the Crisis
Summary An examination of the Gulf War conflict looks as the history of strike in the Middle East, the key individuals involved, and the consequences of this event
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [189]-193) and index
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Subject Persian Gulf War, 1991.
LC no. 96006554
ISBN 0313299439 (alk. paper)