Britain and the Middle East: from imperial power to junior partner

Zach Levey (Editor), Elie Podeh (Editor)

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Britain's role as a boundary maker in the Middle East / Gideon Biger -- Historiography of empire : the literature on Britain in the Middle East / Yoav Alon -- An empire built on sand / Simon C. Smith -- Failing to aid : British administrators and the Palestinian peasants, 1922-1947 / Amos Nadan -- Britain and Israel, 1950-1967 : the strategic dimension / Zach Levey -- Legacy of the Balfour Declaration : Palestine, 1967-1973 / Wm. Roger Louis -- Britain and the Levant, 1918-1946 : a missed opportunity? / Eyal Zisser -- Gender, tribe and the British construction of Iraq, 1914-1932 / Noga Efrati -- The British role in the early development of Tikrit and the subsequent ascendance of the Tikritis / Ronen Zeidel --The Egyptian jewel in the British imperialist crown : an overview (1882-1956) / Rami Ginat and Meir Noema -- Lies or self-delusion? : Sir Anthony Eden and the Sèvres collusion--October 1956 / Mordechai Bar-On -- Backdrop to 'alpha' : Anglo-American cooperation in search of an Israeli-Egyptian settlement during the 1950s / Neil Caplan -- The Uqair Conference (1922) revisited : Britain and the question of boundaries in the Arabian Peninsula / Eran Segal -- Britain, covert action and the Yemen Civil War, 1962-1967 / Clive Jones -- British possessions in the Persian Gulf and Southwest Arabia : the last abandoned in the Middle East / Uzi Rabi -- British policy towards the Middle East in the post-cold war era, 1991-2005 : a bridge between the US and the EU? / Jonathan Rynhold and Jonathan Spyer -- Britain's reentry to Iraq, March 2003 / Rosemary Hollis -- British Muslims and UK foreign policy / David Rich.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBrighton
PublisherSussex Academic Press
Number of pages355
ISBN (Print)1845191641, 9781845191641
StatePublished - 2008


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