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 will not go down well with the Left that she was in favour of the 2003 Iraq war and airstrikes against Syria.
Many scholars have acknowledged that the United States mishandled the democratic transition in the 2003 Iraq War, but there is considerable debate regarding the reasons for Iraq's chronic instability.
Specifically, the notorious hate-preacher blamed Jews, who he habitually refers to as "the Synagogue of Satan," as being being both the 9/11 attacks and the 2003 Iraq War.
Combat Defensive PMCs that provide military security services are arguably the most controversial current actors within the PMC industry, particularly with the actions of Blackwater USA during the 2003 Iraq War.
They have also waged wars that unsettled the entire region (the 2003 Iraq war, for example), or set the example of ignoring international law and ethics while expecting others to respect those laws (drone assassinations, for example).
Sanders described the Syrian conflict as "a quagmire in a quagmire," and went on to compare it to the 2003 Iraq war, which he called "the worst foreign policy blunder in the history of this country.
The real causes of the 2003 Iraq war arose from the two cornerstones of U.
Americans' views of Russia also turned more negative just before the start of the 2003 Iraq war, given Russia's opposition to the United States' planned military action, and again after the Russia-Georgia war in 2008.
ATwo weeks ago it was when a senior nurse's letter - pinned to a staff notice board at UHW - described how the extreme pressures colleagues faced in its A&E department were more stressful than those faced nursing the wounded during the 2003 Iraq war.
The 2003 Iraq war led to a Shi'te-majority government controlled by Tehran.
People who defended the 2003 Iraq War (myself included) did not accurately predict all the bad things that the invasion would enable, including the prolonged insurgency and the continued inability of the Iraqi leadership to preserve the gains of Saddam Hussein's ouster.
The Kingdom has repeatedly acted in times of crisis - such as the Gulf Crisis of 1990-91, the 2003 Iraq war and market fluctuations of the late 1990s - and covered any drop in oil supplies by increasing its output.