The 1991 Persian Gulf War, in which a U.S.-led international coalition expelled an invading Iraqi army from Kuwait, is a watershed in post–Cold War international relations and the development of modern terrorism.

History of the Conflict

Prior to the conflict, Iraq and Kuwait had a long-standing border ...

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