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King Abdul-Aziz & the Kuwait Conference 1923-1924
Moudi M. Abdul-Aziz (au); Basil Hatim & Ron Buckley (tr). Traces the expansion & consolidation of the Saudi state from the early years of the 20th cent. This led to border disputes which the Kuwait Conf. (KC) attempted, but ultimately failed, to solve. Describes the establishment of the Sultanate of Najd & its Depend., & the incorp. of Riyadh, al Hasa, Ha’il & ‘Asir. This process of expansion inevitably led to a redefinition of borders & to boundary problems. Relations between Britain, Saudi Arabia, Iraq & Transjordan during WWI are discussed. The relationship of the Sultanate of Najd with its neighbors is examined. Discusses the KC & analyzes the reasons for its failure. Bibliography. Maps.
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