The conflict started because Saddam Hussein was accusing Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates of overproducing oil, which in turn dropped the oil prices and caused Iraq to lose around $7 billion a year. With this loss, Iraq was having a hard time covering the government’s cost and repairs to the damaged infrastructure caused by the war they had with Iran, therefore they had to keep their oil prices high in order to create substantial profit and help rise the economy, but they could not do so with Kuwait and United Arab Emirates overproducing. In addition, Saddam Hussein was claiming that Kuwait was Iraqi territory because it was part of the Ottoman Empire’s province of Basra. This dispute was one of Saddam Hussein’s reasons to initiate the Kuwait invasion.
There were several talks between Iraq, Kuwait and several other countries to try to come to an agreement, but all attempts to resolve the issue were unsuccessful and on August 2 1990, Saddam Hussein ordered the Kuwaiti invasion.
Iraq’s invasion to Kuwait began by bombarding Kuwait city, which is Kuwait’s capital and activating th...
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...rsies were always surrounding between Iraq and The United States of America, which in turn created another conflict after around 12 years later. This war’s name is “Operation Iraqi Freedom”.
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