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The Foreign Policy of Saudi Arabia

The Formative Years

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ISBN 9780674281844

Publication Date: 05/27/1986

231 pages

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  • Introduction
  • 1. The Former Saudi States
  • 2. The Molding of a Statesman
  • 3. Recognition of Ottoman Sovereignty, 1902–1912
  • 4. Saudi-Ottoman-British Ambiguities, 1913–1914
  • 5. Independence and British Protection, 1914–1915
  • 6. Between the Hammer and the Anvil, 1916–1918
  • 7. Patterns of Saudi Foreign Policy
  • Appendix A: Treaty Between Ibn Saud and the Turks
  • Appendix B: Drafts of the Anglo-Saudi Treaty
  • Appendix C: The Anglo-Saudi Treaty, December 1915
  • Bibliography
  • Notes
  • Index

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