Author: Richard N. Schofield
Publisher: Royal Institute of International Affairs (April 1991)
Category: Politics & Government
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Richard N. Schofield: Kuwait and Iraq: historical claims and territorial disputes. A Middle East Programme Report. pp. London: Royal Institute of International Affairs. Recommend this journal. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies.
Kuwait and Iraq: Historical Claims and Territorial Disputes . January 1992 · International Affairs. In addition to major high-profile disputes – such as Israel and its Arab neighbours, Kashmir, the division of Korea, Iran and Iraq, Iraq and Kuwait, China and Taiwan, and divided. Cyprus – the book covers numerous less well known unresolved disputes, some with significant potential for conflict.
Main Author: Schofield, Richard. Kuwait diplomacy against Iraq's invasion of Kuwait/ Kuwait İnformation center. by: Kuwait information center. Kuwait: Facts and figures/ Published: (1992).
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by Richard Schofield. In November 1922, Sir Percy Cox, British High Commissioner for Iraq, decided to fix the boundaries of Iraq and Nejd, the territorial core of what later became Saudi Arabia. Royal Institute of International Affairs, 134 p. £. 0 (paper). From the House of War. by John Simpson. Arrow Books, 390 p. 9 (paper). Kuwait was squeezed between them and had its boundaries fixed at the same time. Cox was in a position to make the decisions, because Iraq was then a British mandate; Kuwait was a British protectorate; Ibn Sa’ud, the ruler of Nejd, was a British client. It was a strange affair.
a b Richard N. Schofield (1991). Kuwait and Iraq: Historical Claims and Territorial Disputes : a Report Compiled for the Middle East Programme of the Royal Institute of International Affairs. Longman Current Affairs. p. 390. ISBN 978-0-582-20931-2.
Territorial disputes have occurred throughout history, over lands around the world. Bold indicates one claimant's full control; italics indicates one or more claimants' partial control. The Antarctic Treaty System, formed on 1 December 1959 and entered into force on 23 June 1961, establishes the legal framework for the management of Antarctica and provides administration for the continent, which is carried out through consultative member meetings.
The book begins with a major scene-setting chapter by Richard Schofield