Saddam Hussein and the Crisis in the Gulf

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Times Books, 1990 - Iraq - 268 pages
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Examines the rise of Saddam Hussein, his reasons for invading Kuwait, and the threat he poses for the Middle East

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The Iraqi invasion of Kuwait will undoubtedly spawn numerous books on Iraq and its enigmatic president. This "instant'' book written in 21 days by Miller ( New York Times ) and Mylroie (Harvard Univ ... Read full review


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About the author (1990)

Judith Miller has been a correspondent for the Times since 1977, reporting from throughout the world, concentrating on the Middle East and the former Soviet republics. She lives in the New York City area.

Mylroie, publisher of the on-line newsletter "Iraq News", was an adviser on Iraq to the 1992 presidential campaign of Bill Clinton. She has taught at Harvard University and the U.S. Naval War College before joining the staff of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. She is vice president of the Washington-based Information for Democracy.

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