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ഞ Beginning reader 寧 Britain and the Yemen Civil War, 1962-1965: Ministers, Mercenaries and Mandarins: Foreign Policy and the Limits of Covert Action kindergarten ඔ PDF Author Clive Jones ඨ ഞ Beginning reader 寧 Britain and the Yemen Civil War, 1962-1965: Ministers, Mercenaries and Mandarins: Foreign Policy and the Limits of Covert Action kindergarten ඔ PDF Author Clive Jones ඨ In addition to telling the story in great and often fascinating detail, the reader learns much that is unknown about the inner workings of the Royalist forces, as well as the shuttle diplomacy of key members of the Aden group negotiating with the anti Nasserite forces, including Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Iran For Jones, the Yemen civil war was a forerunner to present day civil wars, in terms of the difficulties encountered by the Egyptian Expeditionary Force and the emergence of mercenary or private military organizations While covering much well trodden ground on the coup and early debates on whether Britain should recognize the new regime in Yemen, Jones s important and significant contribution is his analysis of the British Mercenary Organization BMO inside Yemen The International History Review br br Clive Jones describes how British covert official and unofficial involvement providing cash and materiel for Royalist forces had the objective of keeping the Republican government and its Egyptian backers so preoccupied with a civil war of attrition that Nasser in particular would be frustrated in his attempts to rid South Arabia, of both the British military presence and HMG s protege, the Federation of South Arabia Jones s descriptions of mercenary activities, the machinations of the Saudis and Jordanians, is all derring do and a rattling good yarn A rare combination of a sober academic study and a riveting page turner Asian Affairs br br A fascinating work As Jones shows, the extent to which policy makers were willing to support private clandestine activity to secure what were perceived to be British interests in the region is the untold story of this conflict Middle Eastern Studies br br An impressive book that makes a real contribution to the historiography of Britain s role in the Middle East Small Wars and Insurgencies In addition to telling the story in great and often fascinating detail, the reader learns much that is unknown about the inner workings of the Royalist forces, as well as the shuttle diplomacy of key members of the Aden group negotiating with the anti Nasserite forces, including Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Iran For Jones, the Yemen civil war was a forerunner to present day civil wars, in terms of the difficulties encountered by the Egyptian Expeditionary Force and the emergence of mercenary or private military organizations While covering much well trodden ground on the coup and early debates on whether Britain should recognize the new regime in Yemen, Jones s important and significant contribution is his analysis of the British Mercenary Organization BMO inside Yemen The International History Review Clive Jones describes how British covert official and unofficial involvement providing cash and materiel for Royalist forces had the objective of keeping the Republican government and its Egyptian backers so preoccupied with a civil war of attrition that Nasser in particular would be frustrated in his attempts to rid South Arabia, of both the British military presence and HMG s protege, the Federation of South Arabia Jones s descriptions of mercenary activities, the machinations of the Saudis and Jordanians, is all derring do and a rattling good yarn A rare combination of a sober academic study and a riveting page turner Asian Affairs Examines the extent to which British policy, while successful in imposing a war of attrition upon Nasser in the Yemen, contributed to the political demise of the very objective covert action was designed to secure It breaks new ground by analyzing the extent to which Britain came to support the Royalist cause despite public declarations of non involvement in the Yemen conflict, and details for the first time how London s tacit support for mercenary operations in the Yemen came to enlist the help of Saudi Arabia and Israel. 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    • 273 pages
    • 1845191986
    • Britain and the Yemen Civil War, 1962-1965: Ministers, Mercenaries and Mandarins: Foreign Policy and the Limits of Covert Action
    • Clive Jones
    • Anglais
    • 2016-08-23T06:16+02:00