Question: Why did the US fight in the Gulf War?

(The Iraqi government responded by formally annexing Kuwait on August 8.) Iraqs invasion and the potential threat it then posed to Saudi Arabia, the worlds largest oil producer and exporter, prompted the United States and its western European NATO allies to rush troops to Saudi Arabia to deter a possible attack.

What was the reason for Desert Storm?

Hussein defied United Nations Security Council demands to withdraw from Kuwait by mid-January 1991, and the Persian Gulf War began with a massive U.S.-led air offensive known as Operation Desert Storm.

Why did the United States fight in the Persian Gulf War quizlet?

The US fought against Iraq because they wanted to keep their oil interest in the Middle East. What did the UN do to help liberate Kuwait? The UN and immediately condemned Iraqs invasion of Kuwait and demanded its immediate withdrawal. The UN began to build an international coalition to liberate Kuwait.

Why did the US send troops to Saudi Arabia in 1990?

The United States and Saudi Arabia agreed to a deployment of U.S. forces to Saudi Arabia to protect the peninsula. At the same time, the United States and the coalition insisted on Iraqs unconditional withdrawal from Kuwait, but Iraq refused to withdraw and began looting Kuwait and destroying its infrastructure.

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