Fueling the Fire book. A description of the role of the . in the Western Sahara conflict in its support of Morroco's illegal occupation of the territory.
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Leo Kamil, Fueling the Fire: . John Damis, Conflict in Northwest Africa: The Western Sahara Dispute (Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 1983), pp. 72–73. Policy and the Western Sahara Conflict (Trenton, NJ: Red Sea Press, 1987), p. 1. oogle Scholar. See Stephen Zunes, The United States in the Saharan War: A Case of Low-Intensity Intervention, in Zoubir and Volman (1993), p. 5. 4. The author asserts that the heavy-handed nature of the Moroccan takeover led to the refugee exodus.
The Western Sahara conflict is an ongoing conflict between the Polisario Front and the Kingdom of Morocco. The conflict originated from an insurgency by the Polisario Front against Spanish colonial forces from 1973 to 1975 and the subsequent Western Sahara War against Morocco between 1975 and 1991. Today the conflict is dominated by unarmed civil campaigns of the Polisario Front and their self-proclaimed SADR state to gain fully recognized independence for Western Sahara.
com Product Description (ISBN 0932415237, Paperback). Library descriptions. Policy and the Western Sahara Conflict, Trenton, NJ: Red Sea Press, 1987, . As inducement, Spain was to receive weapons and favourable terms on the renewal of air and naval base leases from the United States. See Stephen Zunes, 'The United States in the Saharan War: A Case of Low-Intensity Intervention', in Zoubir and Volman (. 1 above), .
Western Sahara is a sparsely-populated area of mostly desert situated on the northwest coast of Africa. Home to phosphate reserves and rich fishing grounds off its coast, Western Sahara is also believed to have as yet untapped offshore oil deposits. Read profiles by BBC Monitoring. A former Spanish colony, it was annexed by Morocco in 1975. Since then it has been the subject of a long-running territorial dispute between Morocco and its indigenous Saharawi people, led by the Polisario Front. A 16-year-long insurgency ended with a UN-brokered truce in 1991 and the promise of a referendum on independence which has yet to take place.
See generally LEO KAMIL, FUELING THE FIRE: . POLICY AND THE WESTERN SAHARA CONFLICT (1987). 16. Agreement on the Question of Western Sahara, Nov. 14, 1975, ain, reprintedin Third Report by the Secretary-Generalin Pursuanceof Resolution 379 (1975) Relating to the Situation Concerning Western Sahara, . Doc. S/11880, annex I (1975). 17. Spanish Sahara: Their Best Chance, THE ECONOMIST, Sept.
Facts about Western Sahara Conflict that You Should Know. Here, one must recall some historical facts regarding the Western Sahara dispute to allow Moroccan and international public alike to know all the details surrounding it since Morocco’s independence to the present day, in addition to the arguments that support Morocco’s stance regarding its territorial integrity and its legitimate right to maintain its sovereignty over this disputed territory.