Cold War Rekindled?
Evan McKenzie. Evan McKenzie is a professor of political science ., The Christian Science Monitor
OPPONENTS of the war in the Persian Gulf have warned against the danger of setting in motion forces that the United States neither understands nor controls. Many fear widespread radicalism in the Arab world and toppling of pro-Western governments, coupled with worldwide terrorism. These may yet come to pass - but the most disturbing and unintended consequence may be developing in the Soviet Union. The Bush administration may have inadvertently provoked a resumption of the cold war:
- By prosecuting a massive air war against Iraq's military and industrial capability instead of directly liberating Kuwait.
- By issuing statements indicating an intention to maintain …
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Publication information: Article title: Cold War Rekindled?. Contributors: Evan McKenzie. Evan McKenzie is a professor of political science . - Author. Newspaper title: The Christian Science Monitor. Publication date: February 25, 1991. Page number: 18. © 2009 The Christian Science Publishing Society. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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