The Invasion of Kuwait
- Foreign Relations. // Egypt Country Review;2001/2002, p23
Presents an overview of Egypt's international relations. Engagement in international cooperation; Membership into the Arab League; Role during the 1990 to 1991 Persian Gulf crisis; Role in the negotiations leading to the 1991 Madrid Peace Conference; Relations with Israel and other Arab states;...
- Has the CIA Become an Anachronism? Morris, Roger // USA Today Magazine;May91, Vol. 119 Issue 2552, p10
Assesses the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency's (CIA) importance in the wake of its failure to anticipate Iraq's invasion of Kuwait in 1990. History of the CIA; Questions about the real mission of the agency and its practical and constitutional role in international relations and security.
- FOREIGN RELATIONS. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Jordan;Nov2003, p5
Focuses on the foreign relations between Jordan and other countries. Foreign policy being followed for countries in the Middle East; Impact of the Gulf War on its relations with the U.S. and the Great Britain; Agreement entered into by the country with Israel on July 25, 1994.
- Making Up Is Hard to Do. Alexander, Ian // National Review;11/19/1990, Vol. 42 Issue 22, p26
Reports on the emergence of tentative efforts on both sides of the Iraq-Kuwait crisis to find a face-saving compromise. Possible points of compromise that observers expect to see advanced by the key players in the crisis; Significance of the removal of Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein from power to...
- ONCE AGAIN, A PRESIDENT BUSH SAVES THE U.N. FROM ITS FRIENDS. Rauch, Jonathan // National Journal;9/21/2002, Vol. 34 Issue 38, p2688
Presents information on the relations of the U.S. government with the United Nations (U.N.) as of 2002. Discussion on U.S. embrace of the U.N. during the Persian Gulf crisis in 1990; Decision to go to war with or without U.N. approval; Discussion on Iraq as a proven threat to the U.N.
- Notes and Comment. // New Yorker;9/10/90, Vol. 66 Issue 30, p35
Comments on ways in which the United States and Kuwait helped make Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein more powerful. Enabling of Iraq to buy an arsenal of sophisticated weapons; Reasons why Kuwait chose to ally itself with Iraq; Choice of the U.S. government to exert less influence on the domestic...
- U.S.-KUWAITI RELATIONS. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Kuwait;5/4/2010, p9
The article presents information on relations between the U.S. and Kuwait. The implementation of a maritime protection regime in 1987 helped increase strategic cooperation between the two countries. The U.S. led efforts to develop the multinational military operations that liberated Kuwait from...
- The Legal Function of the Security Council. Hulsroj, Peter // Chinese Journal of International Law;2002, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p59
Explores the legal nature of the work of the United Nation's Security Council and the legislative function which the Council possesses. Discussion of law-creation by the Council; Relationship between the Security Council and the International Court of Justice; Role of the Council in the...
- America's forces in the gulf are ready. // U.S. Department of State Dispatch;1/14/91, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p26
Presents an address by Vice President Dan Quayle before the Los Angeles World Affairs Council, January 1991. Discusses Quayle's visit to US troops in Saudi Arabia over the New Year and details their physical surroundings, their morale, and their readiness `to protect the vital interests of...