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The Facts

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new internationalist
issue 236 - October 1992

THE GULF WAR - THE FACTS

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1 Tim Niblock, Arab Losses, First World Gsins', in John Gittings ed Beyond the Gulf War: The Middle East and the New World Order, (CIIR, London, 1991).
2 The Impact of the Gulf Crisis on the Developing Countries, Overseas Development Institute, (London, March 1991).
3 Eric Hoogland, 'The Other Face ot War', in Middle East Report (no 171, July/August 1991).
4 John Vidal, 'Poisoned Sand and Seas' in Victoria Brittain op cit.
5 Monographs published by the International Study Team on Ihe Gulf Crisis.

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