Lancaster, Pat
October 1996
Middle East;Oct96, Issue 260, p22
Reports on conditions in Kuwait six years after the Iraqi invasion in 1990. Rebuilding after war; Relations between the two countries; Kuwait's economy and economic indicators; Rule by the Al Sabah family; Conflict between the executive and legislative branches of government.


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