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The British and French mandates in comparative perspectives
|Other titles||Mandats français et anglais dans une perspective comparative|
|Statement||edited by Nadine Méouchy and Peter Sluglett ; with Gérard Khoury and Geoffrey Schad = Les mandats français et anglais dans une perspective comparative / édité par Nadine Méouchy et Peter Sluglett ; avec la collaboration amicale de Gérard Khoury et Geoffrey Schad.|
|Series||Social, economic, and political studies of the Middle East and Asia -- v. 93|
|Contributions||Méouchy, Nadine., Sluglett, Peter.|
|LC Classifications||D650 .B75 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||792|
|LC Control Number||2003065220|
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In: Meouchy, N. and Sluggett, P., (eds.), The British and French Mandates in Comparative Perspectives. Brill, pp. – Fuccaro, Nelida () Aspects of the social and political history of the Yazidi enclave of Jabal Sinjar (Iraq) under the British mandate, , Durham theses, Durham University. References. A League of Nations mandate was a legal status for certain territories transferred from the control of one country to another following World War I, or the legal instruments that contained the internationally agreed-upon terms for administering the territory on behalf of the League of were of the nature of both a treaty and a constitution, which contained minority rights clauses.
MANDATE A GLOBAL COMPARATIVE STUDY. THE PARLIAMENTARY MANDATE A GLOBAL COMPARATIVE STUDY Marc Van der Hulst Inter-Parliamentary Union Geneva This book is sold subject to the condition that it shall not be a way of trade or otherwise, be lent, re-sold hired or otherwise circulated without the publisher's File Size: KB. Dodge, Toby () International obligation, domestic pressure and colonial nationalism; the birth of the Iraqi state under the mandate system. In: Meouchy, Nadine, Sluglett, Peter, Khoury, Gerard and Schad, Geoffrey, (eds.)The British and French Mandates in Comparative Perspectives. Social, economic and political studies of the Middle East and Asia.
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Middle East an) (English and French Edition) (): Méouchy, Nadine, Sluglett, Professor Peter: Books : The British and French Mandates in Comparative Perspectives/Les Mandats Français Et Anglais Dans Une Perspective Comparative (Social, Economic and.
The British and French Mandates in Comparative Perspectives/Les mandats français et anglais dans une perspective comparative Series: Social, Economic and Political Studies of the Middle East and The book is primarily directed towards those interested in the history of British and French colonialism and in the history of the twentieth Cited by: 3.
The British and French mandates in comparative perspectives by N. Meouchy. This work represents an attempt to discuss the Middle Eastern mandates as a totality.
It compares the application and effects of this very specific form of late colonialism from a variety of different perspectives, such as anthropology, architecture, and archival conservation.
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Full title: The British and French mandates in comparative perspectives [electronic resource] / edited by Nadine Méouchy and Peter Sluglett ; with Gérard Khoury and Geoffrey Schad = Les mandats français et anglais dans une perspective comparative / édité par Nadine Méouchy et Peter Sluglett ; avec la collaboration amicale de Gérard Khoury et Geoffrey Schad.
The British and French Mandates in Comparative Perspectives/Les Mandats Francais Et Anglais Dans Une Perspective Comparative Social, Economic and Political Studies of the Middle East and Asia: : Meouchy, Nadine, Sluglett, Peter: Books.
The British and French mandates in comparative perspectives. Leiden ; Boston: Brill, Social, economic, and political studies of the Middle East and Asia, v. This collection represents the first large scale attempt to discuss the Middle Eastern mandates as a totality.
Issues are defined in the form of examinations of specific parliamentary bodies, such as the House of Commons, the Bundestag, the French Parliament under the Fifth Republic, and the Indian g from the perspective of different national experiences, the contributors display varied perceptions and expectations of the institution Author: Gerhard Loewenberg.
Book Description The representative assembly, or parliament, as it is most widely called, is at once an old, a ubiquitous, and a controversial political institution. In this century it has attracted the criticism of both disillusioned democrats and true believers in the superior representatives of mass movements or of charismatic leaders.
The British ruled their mandate by indirect rule, whereas the French ruled by direct civilian and military rule. At the Paris Peace Conference, Woodrow Wilson laid out his 14 points for the world Author: DANIEL S.
SMITH. His doctoral thesis was on the British mandate in Iraq, and he is now working on the social history of Aleppo between the late nineteenth century and the end of the French mandate. Nadine Méouchy, Ph.D. in History () University Paris-Sorbonne, has for several years worked at the French Research Institutes in Damascus, Amman and Beirut.
Michael Provence, ‘The Levant Mandates’, in Amal Ghazal and Jens Hanssen (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Contemporary Middle-Eastern and North African History () (e-book) The British in Palestine: A.J. Sherman, Mandate Days: British Lives in Palestine, ().
The British creation of the Mandates of Palestine, Transjordan, and Iraq and the French mandates of Syria and Lebanon directly led to the current boundaries in the Middle East.
Peter Sluglett is professor of Middle Eastern history at the University of Utah. He is the coauthor of Iraq Since From Revolution to Dictatorship. and coeditor of The British and French Mandates in Comparative by: the british and french mandates in comparative perspectives / les mandats franÇais et anglais dans une perspective comparative edited by / editÉ par nadine mÉouchy and/et peter sluglett with/avec la collaboration amicale de gÉrard khoury and/et geoffrey schad brill leiden • boston 10/20/ am page iii.
The British and French Mandates in Comparative Perspectives (Leiden: Brill, ). Blok, Anton. ‘ The Enigma of Senseless Violence ’ in Goran Aijmer and Jon Abbink, eds. Meanings of Violence: A Cross-Cultural Perspective (Oxford and New York: Berg, ).Cited by: Outils documentaires sur le mandat français / Pierre Fournié et François-Xavier Trégan --British archival sources for the history of the Middle Eastern mandates / Peter Sluglett --Corpus juris du mandat français / Youssef S.
Takla --Les mandats/the mandates: some reflections on the nature of the British presence in Iraq () and the. DOI link for British and French Parliaments in Comparative Perspective. British and French Parliaments in Comparative Perspective book.
Edited By Gerhard Loewenberg. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 5 July Pub. location New York. Imprint Routledge. The British and French Mandates in Comparative Perspective. Leiden: Brill, The book included nearly 30 articles from international scholars treating most aspects of the history of the mandates, and remains a singular document of the state of the field of about Sluglett, Peter ‘ The Mandates: Some Reflections on the Nature of the British Presence in Iraq (–) and the French Presence in Syria (–) ’ in Nadine Méouchy and Peter Sluglett, eds.
The British and French Mandates in Comparative Perspectives (Leiden: Brill, ). The British and French Mandates in Comparative Perspectives / Les Mandats français et anglais dans une perspective comparative (Leiden: Brill, ), p.
From the Ottoman Conquest to the. Overall, it is clear that the conceptions of Britain and France towards the task were influenced by their own special interests, which, for the British, was principally the maintenance of peace and trade (which includes the interests in oil) whilst the French interest was one of maintaining a presence in the area.Book Description.
The Routledge Handbook of the History of the Middle East Mandates provides an overview of the social, political, economic, and cultural histories of the Middle East in the decades between the end of the First World War and the late s, when Britain and France abandoned their Mandates.
It also situates the history of the Mandates in their wider imperial, international and.