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- LOVE AND YEARNING. Farhad, Massumeh // Veranda;Nov/Dec2003, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p120
This article presents information related to the Persian miniature paintings exhibition, "Love and Yearning: Mystical and Moral Themes in Persian Poetry and Painting." This exhibition features twenty-six illustrated manuscripts from the early fifteenth to the late seventeenth century. With their...
- THE BOOM AT THE ARMS BAZAAR. Hartung, William // Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;Oct1991, Vol. 47 Issue 8, p14
This article discusses how arms manufacturers have used the Persian Gulf war to promote their weapons systems. U.S. President George Bush has stated his determination to reduce the flow of arms to the Middle East. And the Big Five of arms suppliers--the U.S., Soviet Union, France, Great Britain,...
- Susan Crile at the Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston. Colpitt, Frances // Art in America;Oct94, Vol. 82 Issue 10, p143
Reviews artist Susan Crile's painting exhibition entitled `The Fires of War,' mounted at the University of Houston's Blaffer Gallery in Houston, Texas.
- LOVE IN THE TIME OF THEORY. ROCES, MARIAN PASTOR // ArtAsiaPacific;Nov/Dec2008, Issue 61, p244
The article discusses the art exhibition "Zones of Love" at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney, Australia, the theme of love in art, and art theory. The exhibition features contemporary Japanese art. The article also discusses artists' reactions to the U.S. military operation Desert Storm,...
- FIGHT FOR THE PERSIAN GULF. // Marines;Jan-Mar2011, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p31
A quiz concerning the Persian Gulf war is presented.
- WHY THE GULF WAR SERVED THE NATIONAL INTEREST. Nye, Joseph S. // Atlantic (02769077);Jul91, Vol. 268 Issue 1, p54
Delves into the reasons the U.S. is interested in participating in the Persian Gulf War. Definition of the country's national interest in world affairs; Explanation for the U.S.'s curiosity in the circumstances surrounding the Persian Gulf; Issues regarding the relations between the U.S. and...
- Mesopotamia in the aftermath of the Gulf War. Zimansky, P.; Stone, E.C. // Archaeology;May92, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p24
Comments on the damage to some archaeological sites caused by the Gulf War. Bomb craters and bullet holes at Ur; Bomb damage to the great arch at Ctesiphon; The consequences of a breakdown in civil order; Agricultural irrigation schemes resulting from the economic embargo.
- This time the military got it right. Korb, L.J. // Brookings Review;Summer91, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p5
Opinion. Asserts that there is no doubt that the United States-led coalition achieved its military objectives rapidly and overwhelmingly in the Persian Gulf. Four reasons why the military was more successful than in other recent operations: unity existed at all levels of command; Gulf War was...
- The end of the Vietnam paradigm? Muravchik, J. // Commentary;May91, Vol. 91 Issue 5, p17
Examines both sides of the argument of allowing economic sanctions to work in the Persian Gulf against Saddam Hussein. Vietnam syndrome; Assertions that we were going to war for oil; Aversion to use of force; American security shaping our national debate.