From the Abstract: "This CRS [Congressional Research Service] report reviews cease-fire terms that followed the Gulf war in early 1991; highlights provisions that Iraq has tended to violate; describes ensuing confrontations between the United States and Iraq since 1991, together with international reactions; and summarizes related points of congressional interest. The report is designed as a source of ready reference for congressional offices interested in previous instances of use of force by the United States against Iraq after the Gulf war. The report will be updated if similar confrontations continue on a large scale. Related CRS products are IB92117, 'Iraqi Compliance with Cease-Fire Terms,' by Kenneth Katzman, updated regularly; IB94049, 'Iraq-U.S. Confrontation,' 1997- 1999, by Alfred B. Prados and Kenneth Katzman, which describes the most recent and ongoing confrontations."
CRS Report for Congress, 98-386