Saddams War: An Iraqi Mililtary Perspective of the Iran-Iraq War

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Sign in Subscribe. Subscribe Login Sign up. Foreign Policy. Login Sign up. According to Aziz, Saddam's confidence was firmly rooted in his belief in the nexus between the economic interests of France and Russia and his own strategic goals: "France and Russia each secured millions of dollars worth of trade and service contracts in Iraq, with the implied Loading, please wait In that respect, Ayatollah Rhollah Khomeini's Iran and Saddam's Iraq exhibited considerable similarities, although Saddam at times proved a faster learner--at least over the course of his war against Iran.

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On the opposite side, Khomeini and his fellow religious leaders appear to have clung, right through to the conflict's end, to their belief that religious fanaticism and revolutionary spirit would triumph over all. Kevin M.