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After Iraq threatened international safety during Desert Storm many sanctions have been placed on Iraq by the United States Weather or not these sanctions are beneficial or not is a debatable question Although I feel these sanctions are necessary they are also not beneficial in many aspects To fully analyze this controversy an understanding of the history sanctions and its effects and possible restorations are needed Due to the prevalence of this topic many reputable historians and critics have voiced their opinions in journals and newspapers for years This issue still exists and must be dealt with in the next few years The future of this complex problem is still in question due to the many factors which are involved The History Iraq has been a chronically troubled part of the world Gross203 for the last decade Iraq Kuwait and Saudia Arabia are the leading oil countries in the world Being that oil is an expensive and valuable product there has been a lot of trauma during the last fifteen years This is mostly due to the fact that wherever there is money there is greed and war Operation Desert Storm was so crucial because of the sophisticated technology which was used to end the war in a quick a timely manner In 1979 Saddam Hussein took over control of Iraq and immediately set the tone for his rule by killing over a dozen of his cabinet members Hussein invaded Kuwait in 1990 and in less than four hours had taken Kuwait and controlled 24 of the worlds oil supplies At the time it seemed as though his next target was Saudi Arabia This was when the United States entered after a call for protection by Saudi Arabia The United States set a deadline January 15 1991 for all Iraq forces to be out of Kuwait but Saddam ignored the deadline
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