The Outcomes of Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm: Some Antecedent Causes
Steve A. Yetiv argues that the successful containment and reversal of Iraq's invasion of Kuwait was related to developments put in motion by the Iran-Iraq war of 1980 to 1988. He shows that it is important to consider how causes remote in time can help explain the foreign policy outcomes we observe and improve our ability to understand political events and to make and evaluate policy.
Peace, Interdependence, and the Middle East, Steve A. Yetiv
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