Historical Background

March 1991
Congressional Digest;Mar1991, Vol. 70 Issue 3, p70
Presents excerpts from a January 1991 report of the Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service, entitled `Iraq and Kuwait: Conflicting Historical Claims.' It details the origins of Kuwait, recent Iraqi claims on Kuwait, Iraq's complaints and position, and Kuwait's position.


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