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|Description:||XIII, 245 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||1. Introduction, Nigel Ashton and Bryan Gibson Part I: Waging the War 2. Lessons Learned: Civil Military Relations during the Iran-Iraq War and its influence on the 1991 Gulf War and 2003 Iraq War, Ibrahim Al-Marashi 3. Saddam and the Iran-Iraq War: Rule from the Top, Williamson Murray and Kevin Woods 4. Mustazafin and Taghutti: Iran and the War, 1980-1988, Rob Johnson Part II: Economic Dimensions of the War 5. The True Role of Oil in the Outcome of the Iran-Iraq War: Some Important Lessons in Historical context, Farzin Nadimi 6. The Finances of War: Iraq, credit and conflict, September 1980 - August 1990, Glen Rangwala Part III: Regional Perspectives 7. The Gulf States and the Iran-Iraq War: Cooperation and Confusion, Kristian Coates-Ulrichsen 8. The Ostensible 'Silent Victor' - The Long-Term Impact of the Iran-Iraq War on Turkey's Regional Position and Neighborly Relations, Elliot Hen-Tov Part IV: American Policy and the War 9. Reappraising the Carter Administration's Response, Chris Emery 10. Changing American Perspectives on the Iraq- Iran War, Judith Yaphe 11. Critical Oral History: A New Approach to Examining the United States' Role in the War, Malcolm Byrne Part V: International Perspectives on the War 12. France's Discrete Involvement in the Iran-Iraq War, Pierre Razoux 13. The Soviet Union and the Iran-Iraq War, Artemy Kalinovsky|
|Series Title:||Cold War history series.|
|Responsibility:||ed. by Nigel Ashton and Bryan Gibson.|