International Relations to 1970: Examine the Reasons for the United Nations Intervention in the Gulf War of 1991. Was This Intervention Justified?
The United Nations intervention in the Gulf War of 1991 represented a controversial turning point in the development of the organization, despite having a firm legal basis and adhering to its purposes and principles. The Iraqi invasion of Kuwait on 2 August 1990 was met with unanimous UN condemnation, imposing sanctions and calling for the withdrawal of Iraqi troops. UN motivation for intervention was based primarily on institutional aims and principles, in addition to US and Soviet national interest in the context of the end of the Cold War. …
- International Relations to 1970: Examine the Reasons for the United Nations Intervention in the Gulf War of 1991. Was This Intervention Justified?
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