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Preserving the Sheikhdom: London, Washington, Iraq and Kuwait, 1958–61
Despite the catastrophic ending of the Suez campaign of 1956 Britain remained a presence in the Middle East and continued to take an active role in the affairs of the region. Kuwait was an area ofExpand
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Kuwait, 1945-1996: An Anglo-American Perspective
Middle East Journal- mixed review - " This book can be useful for those specialists who are interested in the British style of colonialism in an important part of the world." Asian and AfricanExpand
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Old Problems and New Challenges
While some members of Bahrain’s ruling family were happy that, at least temporarily, they had been able to keep MIDEASTFOR in their country, they were not pleased when, pressed by his Arab brothers,Expand
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The Sultanate of Oman : a twentieth century history
Acknowledgments Introduction Before the Great War Between the Great Wars Enemies: Old and New Relinquishing Gwadur Oil Sultan Qaboos Notes Bibliographic Essay Index
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ON THE ROAD TOWARDS UNITY : THE TRUCIAL STATES FROM A BRITISH PERSPECTIVE,1960-66
The United Arab Emirates, a union of Trucial States was formed in 1971, with the subsequent addition of Ras al Khaimah. Although the United Arab Emirates emerged as a stable, thriving nation-state,Expand
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ROBERT L. JARMAN, Sabah al-Salim al-Sabah, Amir of Kuwait, 1965–77: A Political Biography (London: London Centre of Arab Studies, 2002). Pp. 368. $45.00
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  • International Journal of Middle East Studies
  • 1 August 2004
This biography of Kuwait's twelfth al-Sabah ruler is also a history of the country from the early years of the 20th century until the death of Emir Sabah al-Salim in 1977. Jarman's book, enhanced byExpand
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