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Essay heading: Gulf War
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Issue: Wars
Written by: Linsay Cron
Date added: July 1, 2009
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Saddam had two distinct characteristics: one, the determination to be remembered in history, two, and a certain vision of the future. Saddam wanted to have a unified Arab world with Baghdad as its center. Hussein also felt that after that after the fall of the Ottoman Empire there was an uneven distribution of wealth from oil reserves to the allied nations...
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Iraqs only hope of survival was clearly oil revenues from its neighbor, Kuwait. Iraqs economy was also hurt with the consequences of the 8-year Iran-Iraq War. When Iraqs leaders claimed victory there were three-quarters of a million casualties (one third Iraqis), and heavy debt from weapon purchases and reconstruction costs...
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