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American Agenda (Persian Gulf Crisis: Withdrawal Scenario (Part IV) #126215

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 13, 1990
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Scenario outlined of what might happen if Iraqi President Saddam Hussein voluntarily withdrew from Kuwait. [Former ambassador to Saudi Arabia Robert NEUMANN, former Arab League ambassador Clovis MAKSOUD, Center for Strategic and International Studies Shireen HUNTER, Lebanese journalist Raghida DERGHAM - comment in detail on what would likely happen afterwards.] Analysis given of likely impact on Iraqi military, Israel and Palestinians, the power and influence elsewhere in the Arab world, such as Egypt and Syria, the future of the ruling families in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia and the future role for United States in the region.

Jennings, Peter

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