Iraq War


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Iraq War:

see under Persian Gulf WarsPersian Gulf Wars,
two conflicts involving Iraq and U.S.-led coalitions in the late 20th and early 21st cent.

The First Persian Gulf War, also known as the Gulf War, Jan.–Feb.
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It is important to point out that even as American support for the Afghanistan war is declining, and even as Americans perceive greater progress in Iraq than in Afghanistan, public support for the war in Afghanistan is still higher than for the Iraq war.
Using similar US military operations in the Balkans, Afghanistan, and the 1990 Gulf War, the Congressional Budget Office had estimated the cost of the Iraq war to be $9 billion a month in addition to the cost of deploying troops in the Gulf region estimated to be $13 billion.
Eastern European leaders may have felt obligated to contribute militarily to the Iraq War because the United States had supported their campaigns to join NATO.
They have avoided an inquiry by the complicity of their backbenchers, but I am certain that when history judges the Iraq war, the verdict on this government's handling of it will be damning.
military hospital on foreign soil where more than 30,000 casualties have been treated since the Iraq War began.
Now Tony Blair has done another George Bush and brought religion into the Iraq war.
Unlike the 2003 debate at the United Nations before the current Iraq war, when many of the world's major powers opposed the use of force, there was widespread support, even among Arab states, for forcing Iraq from Kuwait.
She will be joined by families of Iraq war veterans and her daughter.
I remember an interesting scene from Control Room, the documentary about Al-Jazeera's coverage of the Iraq war.
TWO British soldiers who quit the Army in disgust over the Iraq war led protests in London yesterday against the conflict on the second anniversary of the invasion.
As a result, despite the Iraq War in March 2003 and strains in Turkish-American relations due to Turkish policies towards Iran, Syria and Iraq, Ankara has continued to strengthen its political and economic bonds with its immediate Middle Eastern neighbours.

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