6 edition of The superpowers" involvement in the Iran-Iraq War found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|LC Classifications||DS318.85. T866 1998|
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This superb book describes the superpowers' involvement in the Iran-Iraq war. The study shows how the superpowers, particularly the United States, fuelled the fire of war and in some cases encouraged Saddam Hussein in his belligerency and : $ This superb book describes the superpowers' involvement in the Iran-Iraq war.
The study shows how the superpowers, particularly the United States, fuelled the fire of war and in some cases encouraged Saddam Hussein in his belligerency and aggression. It also shows how the superpowers failed to condemn Iraq for invading Iran, and how in the first two years of the war.
This superb book describes the superpowers' involvement in the Iran-Iraq war, and how they fuelled the fire of war. It also shows how the superpowers failed to condemn Iraq for invading Iran, and how they refused to demand that Iraq withdrew its forces from the area of Iranian territory that Saddam Hussein had occupied.
Superpowers' Involvement in the Iran-Iraq War, Hardcover by Tarock, Adam, ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US The final index entry of "zero-sum game" aptly encapsulates much about the Iran-Iraq War (or Gulf War I as the author terms it) and its spinoff of the Gulf War II, particularly from the perspective of the US.
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FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Customer information on COVID B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpAuthor: Adam Tarock. E-BOOK EXCERPT. Occupied Iran in World War II became the most important supply route to Russia and source of fuel to the Allies.
Having pledged to The superpowers involvement in the Iran-Iraq War book Iran’s “minimum needs”, the Allies commandeered the means of transport, seized food and fuel, severely restricted imports, forced Iran to print money, brought Polish refugees from Russia, and initially did little to contain the.
The policy of the Soviet Union towards the Iran–Iraq War of to varied, beginning with a stance of "strict neutrality" and moving towards massive military support for Iraq in the final phase of the war. The war was inconvenient for the USSR, which had aimed to ally itself with both Iran and Iraq.
In the first period of the war, the Soviets declared a policy of "strict neutrality. Author: The superpowers involvement in the Iran-Iraq War book Tarock; Publisher: Nova Publishers ISBN: Category: History Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This superb book describes the superpowers' involvement in the Iran-Iraq war.
The study shows how the superpowers, particularly the United States, fuelled the fire of war and in some cases encouraged Saddam Hussein in his belligerency and. This superb book describes the superpowers' involvement in the Iran-Iraq war.
The study shows how the superpowers, particularly the United States, fuelled the fire of war and in some cases encouraged Saddam Hussein in his belligerency and aggression.
The Superpowers' Involvement in the Iran-Iraq War vii WAR IN KUWAIT BRINGS PEACE BETWEEN IRAN AND IRAQ Iraq Insists on 'Full Sovereignty' Over Waterway Iraq's Overtures to Iran No Deviation from U.N. Resolution CONCLUSION: NO WINNER OR LOSER - ONLY ANOTHER WAR Pursuing Parallel Policies The Aftermath of the.
The contributions to the volume serve to underline that the Iran–Iraq war was a defining conflict, shaping the perspectives of the key protagonists for a generation to come.
This book will be of much interest to students of international and Cold War history, Middle Eastern politics, foreign policy, and International Relations in general.5/5(1). Operation Earnest Will (24 July – 26 September ) was the American military protection of Kuwaiti-owned tankers from Iranian attacks in andthree years into the Tanker War phase of the Iran–Iraq War.
It was the largest naval convoy operation since World War on: Persian Gulf. The Iran-Iraq War is one of the largest, yet least documented conflicts in the history of the Middle East.
Drawing from an extensive cache of captured Iraqi government records, this book is the first comprehensive military and strategic account of the war through the lens of the Iraqi regime and its senior military commanders/5.
Iran–Iraq War; Part of the Arab–Iranian conflict and Persian Gulf conflicts: Participation of a child soldier on the Iranian front (top left); Iranian soldier wearing protective gas mask against Iraqi chemical attacks (top right); Port quarter view of USS Stark listing to port after being mistakenly struck by an Iraqi warplane (middle left); Pro-Iraq PMOI forces killed in Operation Mersad Location: Iran, Iraq, Persian Gulf.
Two of the dominant texts in this group are Adam Tarock’s The Superpowers’ Involvement in the Iran-Iraq War and Mohammaed H. Malek’s International Mediation and the Gulf War. Lastly, some authors argue that Khomeini’s Islamic Republic used the conflict to consolidate their power in Iran and expand the influence of Islamic governance in.
Adam Tarock. 11 Dec Hardback. US$ US$ Save US$ Add to basket. Iran's Foreign Policy Since. U.S. Links to Saddam During Iran-Iraq War The war between Iran and Iraq begain 25 years ago Thursday, and it reshaped the way the United States looks at political alliances in the Middle East.
Subsequently, the Iran-Iraq War “floated” on the price of a barrel of oil. A “tanker war” began in with both nations attacking oil installations and commercial tankers, including a missile attack on the USS Stark which killed thirty-seven Americans. Eventually both superpowers and five European navies engaged in the regional dispute.
One underlying objective in the Middle East for both superpowers during the Cold War, as chapter 2 of this book shows, was access to oil. Another was achieving strategic advantage in this vital. THE TANKER WAR Cont.
•By a large part of the war was taking place in the Persian Gulf •Iran & Iraq began attacking oil tankers from each other’s countries •When Iran began attacking Kuwaiti & Saudi Arabian oil tankers however, the U.S.
(& Soviet Union) got involvedFile Size: KB. This book is a major reinterpretation of the Iran-Iraq War, and is a source for reexamining the U.S. involvement in the Gulf.
Pelletiere demonstrates that the war was not a standoff in which Iraq finally won a grinding war of attrition through luck, persistence, and the use of poison gas. The US provided weapons to both sides in the Iraq invasion of Iran. Saddam was armed and provided chemical weapons, and Reagan, secretly and illegally, sold arms to the Iranians, and used Saudi Arabia to transfer those funds to arm the Contra deat.
The Superpowers' Involvement in the Iran–Iraq War, Hauppage, NY: Nova Publishers. [Google Scholar], The Superpowers' Involvement in the Iran–Iraq War, x; Sigler Sigler, John H. Spring The Iran–Iraq Conflict: The Tragedy of Limited Conventional War. International Journal, – Cited by: 4.
Military Implications of the War. The Iran Iraq war was not only the longest war in the twentieth century, it was the last conventional war in history.
Most of the war routine was made of armored and infantry battles, artillery and air strikes. However, in two aspects this war signaled a new era. The Iran-Iraq War, by Pierre Razoux, is a very well written account of the Iran-Iraq War, which began in with the Iraqi invasion of Iran, and ended in The war did not result in territorial changes, and killed over 1 million people on both sides of the border/5.
Book Reviews. Author Q&As. the Mideast's new superpower, is expanding its footprint across the region – and what it means These forces fought against Saddam during the Iran-Iraq War in. The Iran-Iraq War re-assesses not only the superpower role in the conflict but also the war's regional and wider international dimensions by bringing to the fore fresh evidence and new perspectives from a variety of sources.
It focuses on a number of themes including the economic dimensions of the war and the roles played by a variety of powers Author: Nigel Ashton. The longest war: the Iran-Iraq military conflict.
[Dilip Hiro] -- In The Longest War, Dilip Hiro describes the causes and courses of the Iran-Iraq military conflict and its effect on the two antagonists, as well as the rest of the world. but also the nations and superpowers of both the East and West. Having emerged unscathed from the.
Terock, Adam The Superpowers’ Involvement in the Iran-Iraq War Commack, NY Nova Science Publishers Terrill, Andrew Chemical Warfare and ‘Desert Storm’: The Disaster That Never Came Small Wars and Insurgencies 4 The Iran–Iraq War re-assesses not only the superpower role in the conflict but also the war’s regional and wider international dimensions by bringing to the fore fresh evidence and new perspectives from a variety of sources.
It focuses on a number of themes including the economic dimensions of the war and the roles played by a variety of. Mansour Farhang, “The Iran-Iraq War,” World Policy Journal 2 () Under the provisions of the Export Administration Act ofthe Secretary of Commerce in consultation with the Secretary of State can review and adjust the list of restricted countries.
50 U.S.C.A. App. § (West, ). Sometimes this took the form of colonial liberation wars as the old European empires disintegrated after the Second World War (Algeria or Kenya ); sometimes the violence was between Third World countries such as the Iran-Iraq War, and sometimes it involved the major powers directly: the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Soviet.
wrote ‘The Superpowers’ Involvement in the Iran-Iraq War’ inand complained in his preface that until then no one had taken on the task to describe the role of the superpowers before him. After him, for that matter, nobody has done so either. Since Tarock wrote his book, which focuses heavily on the role of the Soviet.
The Iran–Iraq War stands as an anomaly in the Cold War era; it was the only significant conflict in which the interests of the United States and Soviet Union unwittingly aligned, with both superpowers ultimately supporting the Iraqi by: 3. A US Department of State publication estimated the number of Afghan refugees in Iran at million in The bulk of the new arrivals settled in Khorasan, Sistan/Baluchistan, Kerman, Fars, Yazd, and Tehran.
The Iran-Iraq War was also a dislocating force with over million individuals losing their jobs and homes. France's Discrete Involvement in the Iran-Iraq War, Pierre Razoux; The Soviet Union and the Iran-Iraq War, Artemy Kalinovsky. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary This volume offers a wide-ranging examination of the Iran-Iraq War (), featuring fresh regional and international perspectives derived from recently available new archival.
A war on Iraq today could go badly wrong, result in heavy casualties, fuel terrorism and end up by destabilising the entire region. As the moment of Author: Matt Seaton.
The Superpowers' Involvement in the Iran–-Iraq War. Jan ; A Tarock; Tarock, A. () The Superpowers' Involvement in the Iran–-Iraq War (Commack: Nova Science Press). Focuses on the domestic political underpinnings of Iran's foreign policy behaviour in respect of (1) the war against Iraq, the course of which is decided by the struggle between the professional military and the Revolutionary Guards (2) its US policy, in which relations with the Great Satan were improved only to gain arms supplies for the war by:.