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The Gulf War
For almost all of the 18th century, Iraq was apart of the Ottoman Empire along with Kuwait, but Britain was called for protection in return for autonomy in local affairs. In 1961 Britain granted Kuwait independence, and Iraq soon announced that Kuwait was rightfully Iraq's. There has been tension ever since Kuwait broke away from Iraq, but they started to improve during the 1980's because Kuwait backed Iraqi diplomacy and loaned them money. After the war was over, Iraq couldn't pay back the loans to Kuwait and demanded that they help them with other debts. Around that same…
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