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Bush administration kept protesting-as it prepared for war-that it was going "the extra mile for peace, "the evidence clearly suggests otherwise. It was in fact going the extra mile for war. The administration's behavior, on the diplomatic and military levels, shows that from the beginning Washington considered a military confrontation with Iraq to be the most desirable outcome of the crisis sparked by Iraq's military takeover of Kuwait on 2 August 1990. It dismissed all suggestions that a political settlement was possible or preferable, and it ignored all initiatives-Iraqi, Arab, and European-to seek a peaceful way out of the conflict. The Bush administration not only frowned on the diplomatic efforts of others, but it also disabled its own diplomatic channels as mechanisms for conflict resolution, and the only use it made of them was to serve the war effort. The State Department became for all practical purposes an appendage to the Department of Defense, helping put together a war coalition,

 
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[ACADEMIC] Arab Studies Quarterly (1991)
 



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