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The Gulf Conflict and International Relations

The Gulf Conflict and International Relations by Ken Matthews
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This book provides a comprehensive analysis and review of the major events and the leading actors of the Gulf War. Copies of key documents and essential factual information build up a picture of the realities of war in the Middle East but the material is set in a strong theoretical framework. This allows the author to see the conflict within the context of the international system and to relate it to the changes of the post-cold-war world.

Matthews looks at the shifts in international order which dictated the nature of the international response to the war, but also at the new conditions created by the war itself. What scope is there for Arab socialism after the fall of European socialism? Has the conflict made Israel stronger or weaker? Can the UN be entrusted with the post of global peace-keeper?

Taylor and Francis; December 2003
352 pages; ISBN 9781134904587
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Title: The Gulf Conflict and International Relations
Author: Ken Matthews
 
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