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The Modern History of Iraq
  • P. Marr
  • History, Economics
  • 1 November 1986
Preface Note on Transliteration 1 The Land and People of Modern Iraq 2 The British Mandate, 1920--1932 3 The Erosion of the British Legacy, 1932--1945 4 The End of the Monarchy, 1946--1958 5 TheExpand
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Qatari Women: a New Generation of Leaders?
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Iraq: Its Revolutionary Experience under the Ba’th
  • P. Marr
  • Political Science
  • 25 February 1988
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Britain's Informal Empire in the Middle East: A Case Study of Iraq 1929-1941
This is a penetrating account of Anglo-Iraqi relations from 1929, when Britain decided to grant independence to Iraq, to 1941, when hostilities between the two nations came to an end. Showing howExpand
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Iraq: Troubles and Tension
  • P. Marr
  • Political Science
  • 1 July 1997
Abstract : Iraq's future is difficult to predict, but under any scenario, it is likely to be a source of regional tension and instability. If Saddam Hussein remains in power, as appears likely, heExpand
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US - GCC Security Relations, I: Differing Threat Perceptions
Support for Washington's tough containment policy toward Iraq and Iran remains strong at top leadership levels in the Gulf. However, among educated elites and the man in the street, it is softer. TheExpand
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The Arab Nationalists in Power, 1963–1968
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