First Gulf War

With the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of Cold War rivalries it appeared that there was a new mood for international cooperation. It was supposed that the UN Security Council vetoes would not be so freely wielded and international solutions might be easier to resolve. The First Gulf War appeared to confirm this new reality but it was to prove chimeric and hard to keep any cooperation together.

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by Stephen Luscombe