U.S. Policy Toward Iran & Iraq, 1989-1997
A analysis and comparison of the Bush and Clinton policies including background (Iran-Iraq War, conflict with Israel), objectives, effectiveness, economic, political, military & diplomatic aspects, Persian Gulf War, oil, human rights and terrorism.
# 15024 | 6,075 words | 25 sources | 1999 |
Published on Feb 06, 2003 in History (Middle Eastern) , International Relations (U.S.) , Political Science (U.S.) , Political Science (Terrorism) , Hot Topics (Iraq Wars)
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From the Paper:"United States Foreign Policy Toward Iran & Iraq, 1989-1997
United States foreign policy toward Iran and Iraq during the 1989-1997 period is described, analyzed, and assessed in this research. The period of investigation, 1989-1997, corresponds to the tenures of the Bush Administration and the Clinton Administration (through the time this research was performed in April 1997). Thus, the primary objective of this research was to compare, contrast, and evaluate the foreign policies of the Bush and Clinton administrations toward Iran and Iraq.
The thesis of this research is that the foreign policies of the Bush Administration toward Iran and Iraq were more effective in protecting the interests of the United States than the..."
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