4 edition of Arabian boundary disputes found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||98|
|v. 1. Iran-Iraq I, 1639-1909 v. 2. Iran-Iraq II, 1909-1937 v. 3. Iran-Iraq III, 1938-1992 v. 4. Iraq-Kuwait I, 1830-1940 v. 5. Iraq-Kuwait II, 1941-1992 v. 6. Saudi Arabia-Iraq, 1922-1991 v. 7. Jordan-Saudi Arabia, 1923-1965 v. 8. Syria-Iraq, 1915-1935 v. 9. pt. 1. Turkey-Iraq, 1920-1946. pt. 2. Iraq-Jordan, 1926-1992 v. 10. Saudi Arabia-Kuwait I, 1829-1991 v. 11. Saudi Arabia-Kuwait II, 1829-1991 v. 12. Bahrain-Saudi Arabia, 1904-1958 v. 13. Bahrain-Qatar I, 1818-1992 v. 14. Bahrain-Qatar II, 1818-1992 v. 15. Bahrain-Qatar III, 1818-1992 v. 16. pt. 1. Saudi Arabia-Qatar, 1871-1965. pt. 2. Qatar-United Arab Emirates I, 1837-1969 v. 17. Qatar-United Arab Emirates II, 1837-1969 v. 18. Saudi Arabia-United Arab Emirates, 1913-1974 v. 19. pt. 1. United Arab Emirates-Oman, 1855-1977. pt. 2. Saudi Arabia-Oman, 1913-1991 v. 20. Saudi Arabia-Yemen, 1913-1992.|
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There is a rather small population of people who reside on these islands, which also likely contributes to the significance of this land.
Publisher Name Palgrave Macmillan, New York• Arabian boundary disputes this reason neither Yemen nor Saudi Arabia have a clear cut historical claim to the land. Qatar was then a British protectorate and Britain did not recognize the agreements, preferring to uphold Abu Dhabi's claim. 2001 Down to the Usual Suspects: Border and Territorial Disputes in the Arabian Peninsula and Persian Gulf at the Millennium. There is no evidence that external actors have played a significant role in this low level border dispute.
In 1949 conversations on the subject were renewed. For example, after a survey is conducted, adjoining property owners learn that a long standing fence or retaining wall believed to be located on the boundary between two properties is actually encroaching on one side of the property line by feet or yards. Bilateral The level of strategic interest is relatively low, primarily attracting attention at the regional level.
Ruler of Qatar recognises Saudi predominance in the Khawr al Udaid, 1934• In order to broaden the historical perspective and Arabian boundary disputes to bring the documentary materials as close to the present as possible a wider range of international archival sources was used, and along with a wider geographical coverage and the inclusion of all pertinent contemporary materials, this differentiates Arabian Boundary Disputes from its forerunner, Arabian Boundaries.
Incidents along the Israel—Gaza border•
Saiar tribe and the al-Abr agreement 1948 Umm al Samim-Jabal Raiyan line proposal, 1949-1954• Failure of Kuwait Conference, 1923-1924• It should be remembered that the majority of Arabian states have experienced full independence only very recently and that, in most cases, territorial limits have had to be negotiated and finalized.
In order to broaden the historical perspective and particularly to bring the documentary materials as close to the present as possible a wider range of international archival sources was used, and along with a wider geographical coverage and the inclusion of all pertinent contemporary materials, this differentiates Arabian Boundary Disputes from its forerunner, Arabian Boundaries.
Artificial islands and territorial water, 1951-1960• 2001 Down to the Usual Suspects: Border and Territorial Disputes in the Arabian Peninsula and Persian Gulf at the Millennium.