Laying it down in stone: delimiting and demarcating Iraq's boundaries by mixed international commission

@article{Schofield2008LayingID,
  title={Laying it down in stone: delimiting and demarcating Iraq's boundaries by mixed international commission},
  author={Richard N. Schofield},
  journal={Journal of Historical Geography},
  year={2008},
  volume={34},
  pages={397-421}
}
Abstract Mixed international commissions have been centrally involved in shaping the outer margins of the state territory of Iraq over the last century and a half. Laborious Anglo-Russian efforts to narrow the traditional Perso-Ottoman frontier in the seventy-year period before the Great War contrasted with the League of Nations' ostensibly speedy treatment of Iraq's more arbitrary northern and north-western territorial limits in the early inter-war years. Most recently, a team appointed by the… Expand
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