Bush and Gulf War II: A Study in Presidential Leadership is an
insightful and thorough analysis on the debate of presidential use
of force in American and international politics. Within the context
of the raging debate over the legality of Gulf War II,
understanding the law and procedures for the use of force in
international relations is imperative. In this book, Dr. Moki
embarks on a journey to educate against a pervasive misconception
that Gulf War II was an illegal war fueled by imperialistic and
warmongering tendencies. Using historical analysis, he traces the
origin of the war and assesses that Iraqas attack on Kuwait in 1990
constituted a blatant violation of international law. Using the
force resolutions and enforcement measures of the United Nations
Charter as a backdrop, Dr. Moki documents Iraqas culpability
repeatedly within a 12-year span. On the contrary, he finds little
evidence to support the allegation that the war was illegal and
that President Bush engaged in a unilateralist approach to initiate
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