Iraq Since 1958: From Revolution to Dictatorship
A political and economic history of modern Iraq which includes an epilogue analyzing the main developments in Iraqi politics since 1986 and examining the factors that led to the invasion of Kuwait in August 1990.
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Iraq Before the Revolution of 1958
The Origins and Development of British Interests
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Abd al-Salam Arif Aflaq agricultural Ahmad al-Bakr al-Bazzaz Algiers Agreement Ammash April Arab nationalism Arif armed forces army attempt Ba'th Party Ba'thists Baghdad Barzani Basra Batatu became began Britain British Command Communist Party continued coup declared democratic early economic exports Farouk-Sluglett February Free Officers Gulf Hardan al-Takriti Hasan Ibrahim ideological important increased industrial Iran Iranian Iranian Revolution Iraq Iraq's Iraqi regime January July June Kazzar Khadduri Kirkuk Kurdistan Kurds land leaders leadership London major March Michel Aflaq Middle East military million Minister Ministry monarchy Monde Mosul Muhammad Najaf Nasser nationalists November October organisations Ottoman particularly Penrose & Penrose period policies political population Qasim Rashid reform regime's region relations Revolution Revolutionary Sa'udi Arabia Saddam Husain Salih sector September shaikhs Shi'i Sluglett social socialist Soviet Union Syria Taha Tahir Yahya trade tribal
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