By Charles Hauss
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They can do nothing. There is no one to lead them. No one can get him out. No one. ” * * * I could go on to explore other examples, but there is no need, because the point would be the same. The costs of war have risen dramatically, while the benefits that even the victor receives have shrunk. THE COST OF PREVENTING WAR The people who are killed and wounded or the buildings and roads which are destroyed in the fighting are not the only casualties of war. We all are because the money preparing for war is eaten up.
Over the years, many Iraqis had argued that what became Kuwait should have been made part of their country when the Ottoman Empire collapsed, though such views were rarely taken seriously. Iraq renewed those claims during the first half of 1990, while also accusing the Kuwaitis of taking oil illegally from fields which lay below its territory. By summer, they were acting in ways which led some observers to believe they might try to take over Kuwait. The situation was very confusing. American intelligence officials were divided.
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