2 edition of The Gulf; implications of British withdrawal. found in the catalog.
The Gulf; implications of British withdrawal.
by Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University in Washington
Written in English
|LC Classifications||DS326 .G84|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 110 p.|
|Number of Pages||110|
|LC Control Number||70077913|
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Gulf; implications of British withdrawal. Washington, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University, (OCoLC) Online version: Gulf; implications of British withdrawal. Washington, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University, (OCoLC) The Gulf; implications of British withdrawal.
book Type: Book: OCLC Number. This led in to the inevitable withdrawal of British forces from the Gulf, 24 years after Indian independence had removed the major strategic rationale for their presence.
With the British retreat from the Gulf, the focus of external interest was fixed on oil and containment of the Soviet Union, but its locus shifted from the United Kingdom.
Al Jazeera Centre for Studies has recently published a book entitled Intra-Gulf Relations: The Dilemma of Strategic Void and Fragmentation () by Dr.
Mohammed Al-Misfer. Through a meditative and forward-looking vision, the book examines the relations of the GCC states from the council’s pre-establishment stage to its post-establishment phase.
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The sixth chapter, however, examines the Gulf region from the American and Israeli perspectives, for the United States sought to fill the strategic void left by British withdrawal from the Gulf in The US worked to enshrine its hegemony over the state and its oil, which is vital to world economies.
conclusion one of its special reports, which assessed the implications of the proposed British withdrawal by from the Persian Gulf. The findings of the report, published in Januaryentitled The Gulf: Implications of British Withdrawal, were the result of that meeting.
The Chairman of. "With the end of the British Raj inthe Foreign Office replaced the Government of India as the department responsible for the Persian Gulf, and would proceed to manage relations with the Trucial States (now the United Arab Emirates, UAE) until British withdrawal in The Persian Gulf, important because of its vast energy resources, emerged into the limelight of geopolitics at the time of the British Labour government’s policy of withdrawal from East of Suez in Ian Michie, who has died a was an investment banker and field sportsman, and the brother of James, the classical poet, and of Donald.
Operation Desert Storm: Ten Years Later National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 39 Published –Janu Edited by William Burr and Jeffrey T. Richelson For more information contact: William Burr and Jeffrey T. Richelson / or [email protected] The Persian Gulf, important because of its vast energy resources, emerged into the limelight of geopolitics at the time of the British Labour government’s policy of withdrawal from East of Suez in Format: Hardcover.
The Persian Gulf, important because of its vast energy resources, emerged into the limelight of geopolitics at the time of the British Labour government’s policy of withdrawal from East of Suez in Before it had been recognised that the Gulf lay in the legitimate sphere of influence of B.
Britain and the formation of the Gulf states: embers of empire. By Shohei Sato. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
£ isbn 0 7. In recent years, a rich body of literature has emerged rigorously examining the final years of Britain's long ‘imperial’ moment in the Gulf in historical and comparative perspective.
This culminated in Prime Minister. - Gulf between East and West in The Rising Gulf, The New Ambitions of the Gulf Monarchies, Report, e-book, ; - Changing Global Dynamics between the Gulf, the US, and Asia: Implications for the EU in The Gulf Monarchies Beyond the Arab Spring.
Changes and Challenges. File Size: 98KB. BRITAIN AND THE FORMATION OF THE GULF STATES [ 54 ] option. After comparing various potential options for reducing over-seas commitment, including in Europe, South East Asia, Cyprus and Hong Kong, they concluded that the ‘Persian Gulf is the most obvious candidate of all for withdrawal’.
The fact that, at this stage, theCited by: 2. The international relations of the Persian Gulf. Request This. Author Gause, F. Gregory. Title The international relations of the Persian Gulf / F. Gregory Gause III. Format Book Published Cambridge, UK ; New York: Cambridge University Press, The Gulf; implications of British withdrawal.
Georgetown University. Center for Strategic. The Qatar diplomatic crisis began in Junewhen Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Egypt, the Maldives, Mauritania, Senegal, Djibouti, the Comoros, Jordan, the Tobruk-based Libyan government, and the Hadi-led Yemeni government severed diplomatic relations with Qatar and banned Qatari airplanes and ships from utilising their airspace and sea routes along with Saudi Arabia Location: Qatar.
You have seen the CIA assessment of the broader implications of British withdrawal, 2 my background memo 3 and the recent cables following William Luce ’s latest swing through the area.
4 As you know, on Luce ’s advice the British decided to approach King Faisal directly to impress upon him the fact that a federation of all nine states. This book examines the implications of the Persian Gulf crisis in order to enhance our understanding of the post-Cold War international system.
More than just another analysis of the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait and the subsequent war, the book looks at the more general aspects of the use of force (political, economic, and military) evident in the Gulf crisis and what they can tell us about the. The Arabian Frontier of the British Raj analyses the infrastructure of British informal empire in the Persian Gulf in the context of the different types of rule exercised by the Government of India in Asia and East Africa in the 19th century.
Ambitious in scope and geographical breadth, this book is also very detailed and painstakingly researched using as case studies the Gulf political.The following quote is taken straight from his book Inglorious Empire: What the British did to India.
In its very conception and construction, the Indian railway system was a big colonial scam. British shareholders made absurd amounts of money by investing in the railways, where the government guaranteed returns on capital of 5%.At the time of the imminent withdrawal of the British military and diplomatic protection between andwhen his emirate and a group of other small shaykhdoms had to decide on their political structure and future statehood, Shaykh Zayid had been an ardent advocate of .