Gulf War (1980-1991): Causality and Chronological Study Incident

Max Laurens Tamon


War and armed conflict from time to time are everyday things for human civilization. The primary opponent of Iran's hegemony in the region is Iraq. There are several causes of dispute between the two countries, such as rights to the Shat Al-Arab waterway, Iranian aid to Kurdish rebels and Iraqi assistance to Arab rebels in Kuhzestan, and the offshore demarcation line. The destination writing article analyzes connection causality in incident war bays 1 and 2. The approach to the problem is a historical approach with a relationship orientation causality to events. Source of data used in the form of books, magazines, and other supporting sources viz information. Collecting data by conducting literature studies. The analyst is data wear descriptive analysis, i.e., analyze the problem for obtaining the answer. The background of the 1980 Iran-Iraq War (Gulf War I) was influenced by various things, in this case concerning the bilateral relations between the two countries, one of which was regarding the very strategic territorial boundaries and political interests described above. The solution to the conflict was the 1975 Algerian Agreement. Iraq under Saddam Husein's government immediately reacted when Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates sold oil in one of Iraq's territories. The Second Gulf War also resulted in Saddam Hussein and the State of Iraq being increasingly cornered and isolated from the international world. 


War Gulf; Iraq; Iran; America

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