Barnes, Fred
March 1991
New Republic;3/18/91, Vol. 204 Issue 11, p17
Comments on the Persian Gulf War in 1991. Denunciations by Iraqi President Saddam Hussein of U.S.-led attacks; Analysis of U.S. foreign policy towards Iraq; Implications on world politics and international relations.


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