Citations with the tag: UNITED States -- Military relations -- Iraq
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- Containing Iraqi aggression: The U.S. response.
Clinton, Bill // U.S. Department of State Dispatch; 09/02/96, Vol. 7 Issue 36, p441
Presents a speech by the United States President Bill Clinton discussing their objectives to make Saddam Hussein of Iraq pay a price for the act of brutality, reducing his ability to threaten his neighbors and America's interests.
- Deterring Iraqi aggression.
Philips, James // World & I; Sep93, Vol. 8 Issue 9, p68
Reports on the missile strike ordered by President Bill Clinton on the headquarters of Iraq's main intelligence agency, the Mukhabarat. Strike as a retaliation against assassination attempt on former President George Bush and as a counterterrorism measure; Options considered before the strike;...
- SUPPORTING IRAQI FREEDOM.
Parker, Katrina // All Hands; May2009, Issue 1106, p18
The article focuses on the collaboration made between the U.S. Navy and Iraqi Navy in protecting two oil platforms of Iraq in Arabian Gulf using USS Carter Hall as their afloat staging base.
Farrell, Michael J. // National Catholic Reporter; 02/27/98, Vol. 34 Issue 17, p1
Editorial. States that the national interest doesn't explain the primitive urge to humble Saddam Hussein. Analysis on the United States-Iraq confrontation; Role of the Catholic church to the issue; Praise given by the American cardinals and the president of the National Conference of Catholic...
Farrell, Michael J. // Middle East; Jan2003, Issue 330, p13
Presents news briefs related to relations between the U.S. and Iraq over the disarmament issue, as of January 2003. Possible rejection of the Iraqi declaration on weapons of mass destruction by U.S. President George W. Bush; Apology by Iraqi President Saddam Hussein to Kuwait for invading their...
- Airlines Brace or Rough landing As War Takes Toll on Travel.
Michels, Jennifer // Travel Agent; 3/24/2003, Vol. 311 Issue 12, p16
Focuses on the effects of the U.S. military aggression against Iraq on the troubled airline industry. Loss of revenue; Reluctance of passengers to fly; Need of the military to use the airlines' aircraft to carry the troops.
- After the War?
Shillinglaw, James // Travel Agent; 3/24/2003, Vol. 311 Issue 12, p20
Comments on the impact of the U.S. military aggression against Iraq on the travel industry. Projection of airline bankruptcy filing; Nationalization of the domestic airline business; Occurrence of business cancellations among cruises.
- Slamming Saddam again.
McGeary, Johanna; Fischer, Dean // Time International (South Pacific Edition); 9/16/96, Issue 38, p24
Discusses the controversy surrounding President Bill Clinton's decision to bomb Iraq. The internal conflict between the Kurdistan Democratic Party (K.D.P.) and the Kurds of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (P.U.K.); The actions of Saddam Hussein; Polling data of public opinion of President...
- Rolling up in Iraq.
Cooperman, Alan; Zimmermann, Tim // U.S. News & World Report; 9/23/96, Vol. 121 Issue 12, p50
Discusses the outcome of a military offensive by the United States against Iraq. The execution of several hundred spies in the Iraqi Kurdish zone; The backing down of Saddam Hussein; The uncertainty of who won a victory. INSET: The fallacy of `no risk' strikes, by Richard J. Newman.
- America Takes on Iraq.
Leibstone, Marvin // Military Technology; Sep2002, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p8
Analyzes the possibility of a U.S. attack against Iraq. Key concerns of U.S. President George W. Bush's administration in considering a military attack; Challenges in deploying American forces; Iraq's capability to thwart an attack; Justification for an attack on Iraq. INSET: Weapons of Mass...
- IRAQ: Washington Prepares for Another War.
Baker, Stephen H.; Donovan, Michael // Defense Monitor; Apr2002, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p1
Reports on the U.S. preparations for war against Iraq. Concerns of U.S. government on the provision of weapons of mass destruction to terrorists; Claims of chemical and biological weapons; Insistence of weapons inspections by the U.S.
- War Fears In The Gulf.
Baker, Stephen H.; Donovan, Michael // Emerging Markets Monitor; 8/5/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 16, p1
Discusses the economic consequences of a U.S. military attack against Iraq as of August 2002. Decline of the Kuwait Stock Exchange Index; Vital military prerequisites that need to be accomplished; Implications of the November 2002 mid-term U.S. congressional elections for the military campaign.
- Saudi Arabia blocks USAF warplane shift.
Fulghum, David A. // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 02/16/98, Vol. 148 Issue 7, p22
Focuses the plans for an aerial military strike against Iraq. The decision of Saudi Arabia against the use of US Air Force (USAF) craft stationed there; Concern of Saudi Arabia that those aircraft will be shifted to bases in Kuwait or Qatar; Saudi Arabia's desire for a US Strike force to be in...
- US weighs military response to Iraq.
Landay, Jonathan S. // Christian Science Monitor; 11/13/97, Vol. 89 Issue 244, p4
Focuses on United States preparations, as of November 12, 1997, for a military response to the situation in Iraq, Continuation of diplomatic efforts by the United Nations (UN); Opposition of UN Security council members to any military action; The advantage gained by Saddam Hussein in the...
- Behind US shield, Kuwaitis play a waiting game.
Richey, Warren // Christian Science Monitor; 2/23/98, Vol. 90 Issue 60, p6
Reports on the attitudes of people in Kuwait about possible air strikes against Iraq by the United States in 1998. The confidence that some people have that Saddam Hussein will not attack Kuwait; Why many feel that Hussein is too unpredictable to feel comfortable with; Number of US troops...
- Dealing with the dictator: What's next?
Landay, Jonathan S. // Christian Science Monitor; 3/5/98, Vol. 90 Issue 68, p1
Discusses the possibility of covert action by the United States to remove Saddam Hussein as president of Iraq. Reasons that the government has said that covert action will not work; The poor track record of covert actions aimed at removing leaders; What would be necessary for a successful...
- The Gathering Storm.
Landay, Jonathan S. // Middle East Monitor: East Med; Sep2002, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p1
Reports the likelihood of a U.S. military action against Iraq. Effects of border instability on Islamic groups in Egypt; Consensus concerning the exact timing of any attack; Evaluation of economic and political consequences resulting from the attack.
- US pulls back from the brink.
Ash, Toby // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest; 9/27/96, Vol. 40 Issue 39, p8
Reports that the United States has withdrawn from its plan to launch a new round of hostilities against Iraq after Baghdad announced that it would no longer target allies aircraft policing the no-fly zone in the north and south of the country. Reluctance of Gulf War allies to embrace any further...
- The President's radio address.
Clinton, William J. // Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents; 9/16/96, Vol. 32 Issue 37, p1681
Features the United States President's radio address in September 7, 1996, regarding his order to the military to take strong action after Iraqi President Saddam Hussein attacked and seized the Kurdish city of Irbil. Missile strikes against Saddam's air defense site in southern Iraq; Possible...
- Letter to the Congressional leaders on Iraq.
Clinton, Bill // Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents; 5/12/97, Vol. 33 Issue 19, p687
Presents the American President's May 8, 1997 letter to the House of Representative about the status of military operations in Iraq. Threat posed by Iraqi President Saddam Hussein to his people and the region; Enforcement of the northern and southern no-fly zones; Elimination of Iraq's weapons...
- Will The U.S. Go To War With Iraq?
Smith, Steph // Scholastic News -- Senior Edition; 9/27/2002, Vol. 71 Issue 4, p4
Focuses on the debate about the military campaign of U.S. President George W. Bush against Iraq as of September 2002.
- Green Light on Iraq.
Smith, Steph // Scholastic News -- Senior Edition; 10/25/2002, Vol. 71 Issue 7, p3
Reports on the decision of the U.S. Congress to support U.S. President George W. Bush on the use of military force against Iraq.
- FROM IRAQ TO AMERICA.
Nadhaif, Ali // New York Times Upfront; 9/1/2008, Vol. 141 Issue 1, p30
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experiences of moving from Baghdad, Iraq to U.S.
- Iraq's `nearly' bomb.
Venter, Al // Middle East; Apr98, Issue 277, p4
Speculates on the concept of war between the United States and Iraq being resolved. Indepth look at what Operation Desert Storm did for the war; Estimated cost of the program that removed the nuclear weapons from Iraq; Details on the discoveries that shook the international nonproliferation...
- Clinton must define American objectives in Iraq.
Kyl, Jon // Inside Tucson Business; 9/23/96, Vol. 6 Issue 26, p5
Opinion. Discusses the political implications of the United States' military actions in northern Iraq. Operation Provide Comfort led by the US to protect the Kurds; Failure of the Bill Clinton administration to gain support from the allied coalition; Failure of diplomatic leadership.
- Americans on Iraq: Three Years On: Questionnaire.
Kyl, Jon // World Public Opinion Poll - Region United States & Canada; 2006, p1
The article presents a public survey questionnaire on the international issues of U.S. It mentions that 17 percent of the Americans have followed the situation in Iraq very closely, 47 percent have followed fairly closely, 30 percent have followed not too closely, and 6 percent have followed not...
- Gulf war, part 2: Iraq and US tied.
Peterson, Scott // Christian Science Monitor; 9/5/96, Vol. 88 Issue 197, p1
Reports on developments in the conflict and military activities between the United States and Iraq. Saddam Hussein's success in his military moves; US strikes on Iraqi military targets; Losses and gains by both countries.
- Baghdad brinkmanship leaves US with few choices.
Landay, Jonathan S. // Christian Science Monitor; 9/5/96, Vol. 88 Issue 197, p2
Focuses on the possible implications of the expansion of the no-fly zone in southern Iraq enforced by United States, French and British air forces. Options by the United States on military activities; Issues concerning the presence of American troops in Saudi Arabia; Risks of massive missile...
- Clinton scurries to avert showdown with Saddam.
Landay, Jonathan S. // Christian Science Monitor; 10/18/96, Vol. 88 Issue 227, p3
Reports that American President Bill Clinton administration's is seeking to prevent renewed fighting between minority Kurds in Iraq, while eliminating a confrontation with Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. Announcement made by Masoud Barzani, leader of the Kurdish Democratic Party, that he might...
- We need to start listening to what the diplomats are really saying.
Singletary, Mark // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008); 3/10/2003, Vol. 23 Issue 37, p3
Comments on the U.S. military relations with Iraq. Recollection of the 1991 Persian Gulf War; Context of the signed Operation Desert Storm agreement of the United Nations; Provisions of the cease fire agreement.
- The United States hits Saddam.
Singletary, Mark // World & I; Nov96, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p44
Presents worlds views as stated in various newspapers and periodicals, on the United States' military response to Saddam Hussein's attack on the Kurdish village of Irbil.
- Impending US airstrike calls casualties into question.
Moniz, Dave // Christian Science Monitor; 12/17/98, Vol. 91 Issue 16, p2
Discusses the possible number of casualties from United States airstrikes against Iraq in December, 1998. Views of retired US Air Force Colonel Bill Hoge; Focus of the US on keeping casualties low; Casualties which could have been inflicted by the US in November, 1998; Sending a message to...
- Another Iraq mission.
Littleton, Cynthia // Daily Variety; 8/23/2010, Vol. 308 Issue 35, p4
A preview of the September 8-9, 2010 episodes of the television show "The Colbert Report," hosted by Stephen Colbert featuring military personnel to commemorate the formal end of the U.S. combat mission in Iraq is presented.
- Free riders.
Littleton, Cynthia // Commonweal; 02/27/98, Vol. 125 Issue 4, p5
Discusses the political and ethical quandary that United States confronts with Iraq. Definition of free riders; Comparison between political and moral free riders.
- A new peace movement.
Decker, Annie // Progressive; Apr98, Vol. 62 Issue 4, p21
Focuses on the February 1998 protest at Ohio State University against the United States' plans to bomb Iraq. Significance of the event; Other peace protests on the issue; Organizers of the Ohio event.
- 'I Love Iraq, Bomb Texas.'
Hanson, Victor Davis // Commentary; Dec2002, Vol. 114 Issue 5, p42
Reports on the protests conducted in line with the discussion of U.S. officials on how to deal with Iraq. Reactions of writers, athletes and actors to the issue; Criticism of the U.S. response to terrorist cells; Discussion of the spread of anti-Americanism.
- THE PROBLEM OF IRAQ.
Ramsay, Allan // Contemporary Review; Oct2002, Vol. 281 Issue 1641, p193
Discusses the threat of war between the United States and Iraq. Malaise in the Islamic world; Concerns about the consequences of the intensification of the Arabs' feelings of victimization; U.S. President George W. Bush's lurch from fighting terrorists into unseating Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
- Two Wars in Iraq: One for U.S. Audiences, The Other for the Arabic-Speaking World.
Hanley, Delinda C. // Washington Report on Middle East Affairs; May2003, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p6
This article demonstrates the impact of U.S.-led campaign in Iraq on the war casualty. Everybody says that there are two wars going on in Iraq.One is a gripping made-for-television show starring brave U.S. and British troops putting their lives on the line to bring freedom to oppressed...
- A Post-War Arab World--Three Views.
Ibrahim, Youssef M.; Cockburn, Andrew; Gopal, Neena // Washington Report on Middle East Affairs; May2003, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p14
This article focuses on views of various news correspondents regarding the aftermath of the U.S. campaign in Iraq. The rumble of armor across southern Iraq and the thunder of bombs in Baghdad ended the debate over whether to go to war.But it opened new fronts in the debate over the use of...
- On the Eve of War, Palestinians Hold Their Breaths in Dread.
Jabr, Samah // Washington Report on Middle East Affairs; May2003, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p28
"March 18, 2003: I watched President Bush announce last night his decision to go to war without United Nations approval and, just after that, the news from Baghdad declaring that President Saddam Hussain will not accept exile, and that there will be a war in the coming two days. The global...
- Spain's EI Pais Calls U.S.-Led Attacks on Iraq a 'Tremendous Immorality'.
Jones, Lucy // Washington Report on Middle East Affairs; May2003, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p38
Following the surprise U.S. attack on Iraq on March 20, 2003 Great Britain's Guardian the next day doubted it had succeeded in killing Saddam Hussain, as "there would without doubt have been general rejoicing."The Iraq crisis has not only dealt an axe blow to the 50-year-old American-German...
- Credibility Crud.
Rothschild, Matthew // Progressive; Oct2002, Vol. 66 Issue 10, p4
Comments on the move of the U.S. government under President George W. Bush to pursue its militaristic plans against Iraq. Concerns over U.S. credibility if regime change in Iraq will not materialize; Examination of credibility fixation in the book 'Century of War,' by Gabriel Kolko; Feedback on...
- Protester's message: 'No War in Iraq.'
Feurherd, Joe // National Catholic Reporter; 11/8/2002, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p3
Focuses on a rally organized by Americans to protest against a possible U.S. invasion of Iraq on October 27, 2002. Quotations used for posters and placards; Speeches given by several peace activists; List of religious organizations present at the rally.
- Relief groups left out of Bush's Iraq plans.
Jones, Arthur // National Catholic Reporter; 11/8/2002, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p6
Focuses on the allegations made by the relief organizations regarding the hostility of the U.S. government in excluding them from the relief plans for the post war Iraq victims.
- US control of contractors in Iraq is vital.
Dunigan, Molly // Hill; 2/2/2012, Vol. 19 Issue 12, p19
The author discusses a study, which shows the importance of the control of private security contractors in Iraq to U.S. troops.
- Qatar's Role To Be Key in Iraq Conflict.
Fulghum, David A. // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 8/19/2002, Vol. 157 Issue 8, p28
Focuses on the war conflict between the U.S. and Iraq. Need of Qatar's hangar space for Iraqi's aircrafts; Importance of Kuwait, Bahrain, UEA, Oman and Turkey air bases for the U.S. aircrafts; Increase on the construction of drive through shelters.
- US-Iraqi partnership halts smuggling across Syrian border.
MacLeod, Mike // Soldiers; Mar2010, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p20
The article focuses on the partnership of U.S. forces with Iraqi border patrols in mid-November 2009 to fight smuggling across Syria. In the said partnership, U.S. troops will provide highly skilled manpower and the needed military equipment while Iraqis will bring knowledge of the terrain and...
MacLeod, Mike // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest; 9/20/1996, Vol. 40 Issue 38, p12
Reports on the United States' plans to continue its attacks on Iraq as of September 1, 1996. Punishment of Baghdad for targeting its plans in the no-fly zone; Iraq's ignoring of warnings from the United States; Baghdad's gloating on its restored influence in the north of the country.
- Editor's Note.
Cohn, Roger // Mother Jones; Mar/Apr2003, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p1
Introduces a series of articles on the plans of the U.S. to attack Iraq.
- "No 'Stab in the Back' in Iraq".
Cornforth, Mike // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings; Jul2005, Vol. 131 Issue 7, p63
The article compares the situation of the German Army in France at the end of the First World War with the events leading up to the U.S. invasion of Iraq. Germany was politically unstable in 1918 and there were few German senior officers who wanted to continue fighting against an increasingly...