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Decision-making by the Security Council: The Situation between Iraq and Kuwait, 1990-2002.: A survey of resolutions.

Dick A. Leurdijk
Stella I.M.L. Beernink
Copyright Date: Nov. 1, 2002
Published by: Clingendael Institute
Pages: 74
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https://www.jstor.org/stable/resrep05537

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  2. (pp. 3-3)
  3. (pp. 4-4)
    Dick A. LEURDIJK

    The return of the UN-weapons inspectors to Iraq, mid-November 2002, was only another phase in the continuing involvement of the United Nations Security Council with ‘the situation between Iraq and Kuwait’, as part of its primary responsibility for the maintenance of international peace and security. This involvement dates back to Iraq’s occupation of Kuwait, in August 1990, the Gulf war in early 1991, and the aftermath of that war, in its efforts at enforcing the implementation of resolution 687, the ‘Mother of all resolutions’ on Iraq. By reproducing the politically most relevant parts of the resolutions, this publication contains a...

  4. (pp. 74-74)