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By Rosemary Hollis
This authoritative booklet examines British coverage within the heart East, targeting how Britain’s reaction to September 11 – relatively the choice to affix the united states invasion of Iraq – has affected its function and kinfolk within the quarter.
- Establishes what was once ‘new’ in regards to the New Labour process and guidelines in the direction of the center East and what replaced due to Sept. 11 and the ‘war on terror’
- Analyses intimately how the Blair executive dealt with the Iraq hindrance, invasion and fallout, together with advancements in kin with Iran
- Documents Britain’s ‘niche’ function within the heart East peace approach.
- Argues that fingers revenues, exchange and finance bind Britain to the Arab Gulf states
- Traces Britain ’s involvement in US–regional protection preparations
Chapter 1 ancient historical past: phases within the courting (pages 5–29):
Chapter 2 New Labour Worldview and the center East (pages 30–49):
Chapter three New Labour: New Policy?Making method (pages 50–69):
Chapter four Britain's function within the Peace strategy: 1997–2001 (pages 70–85):
Chapter five the line to warfare in Iraq (pages 86–106):
Chapter 6 Reaping the Whirlwind: The Fallout from the Invasion of Iraq for British kin around the heart East (pages 107–134):
Chapter 7 Realpolitik and the Peace technique after Sept. 11 (pages 135–157):
Chapter eight nonetheless Flying the Flag: Britain and the Arab Gulf States (pages 158–178):
Chapter nine Conclusions (pages 179–184):
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47 From a regional perspective, Anglo-Persian and thereafter BP was a feature of Western imperialism in the early days and the pursuit of British material self-interest later. The latter characterization lingers on. The nationalization of Iranian and Arab oil turned the tables for the regional oil producers, but the caution, not to say suspicion, with which Arab and Iranian governments do business with the commercial companies in contemporary times derives from this history. 49 Perhaps as a result, the British apparently took a while to adapt and they misjudged the Americans when it came to dealing with Nasser.
The Arab defeat in 1967 dealt a devastating blow to the cause of Nasseristinspired Arab nationalism and relieved some of the pressure on Britain to withdraw from its remaining footholds in the region. Thus Britain’s departure from Bahrain, Qatar, the Trucial States and Oman was achieved by agreement rather than force, following the precedent set by Kuwait in 1961. As discussed in Chapter 8, the manner of their departure from the Arab Gulf states in 1971 set the scene for friendly treaty relations, defence cooperation and strong commercial ties to become the new norm.
That objective rebounded on him when he was unable to prevent the sale of British arms to various regimes accused of human rights abuses, among them Saudi Arabia, China, Kenya, Zimbabwe and Indonesia. The problem started in summer 1997 when human rights groups lobbied against the shipment of Hawk jets, armoured cars and water cannon to the Suharto government in Indonesia, famed for brutally suppressing the East Timorese. The orders had been placed before New Labour came to power and cancellation would have raised legal problems.
Britain and the Middle East in the 9/11 Era by Rosemary Hollis