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by W. Lynn Rigsbee II,Calvin H. Allen

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  • ISBN 0714650013
  • ISBN13 978-0714650012
  • Language English
  • Author W. Lynn Rigsbee II,Calvin H. Allen
  • Publisher Routledge; 1 edition (March 30, 2000)
  • Pages 272
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  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Humanities
  • Size ePub 1132 kb
  • Size Fb2 1362 kb
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This is an examination of the political, economic and social development of Oman from the accession Sultan Qaboos in a palace coup in 1970 to the promulation of the basic law of 1996. The book argues that the sultanate does not follow the "rentier" model but the patriarchal tradition.

by Calvin H. Allen First published March 30th 2000. Calvin H. Allen J. W Lynn Rigsbee II. ISBN: 1135314446 (ISBN13: 9781135314446).

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Calvin H. Allen (Author), W. Lynn Rigsbee II (Contributor). This item: Oman Under Qaboos.

The book argues that the sultanate does not follow the rentier model but the patriarchal tradition. ISBN-13: 978-0714682273.

A Modern History of Oman: Formation of the State Since 1920 By Francis Owtram. 232 Pp. Price HB £3. 0. Allen, W. Lynn Rigsbee II. Routledge. The book argues that the sultanate does not follow the "rentier" model but the patriarchal tradition. Digest of Middle East Studies.

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The book argues that the sultanate does not follow the "rentier" model but the patriarchal tradition.

This is a book based principally on secondary sources. Qaboos bin Said, Sultan of Oman. Allen, Calvin H. Rigsbee, W Lynn II.

As a consequence, Oman Under Qaboos leaves an impression of a flat, impersonal recitation of facts; and the book's strength tends to be in compilation rather than insight. This is a book based principally on secondary sources. {{text}}. Related books and articles.

Under Qaboos, Oman fostered closer ties with Iran than other Arab states of the Persian Gulf, and was careful to appear neutral . 1. New York: Gramercy Books. Oman Under Qaboos: From Coup to Constitution, 1970–1996. pp. 28–29, 34. ISBN 9780714650012.

Under Qaboos, Oman fostered closer ties with Iran than other Arab states of the Persian Gulf, and was careful to appear neutral and maintain a balance between the West and Iran. As a result, Oman often acted as an intermediary between the United States and Iran. p. 520. ^ "Can Oman's Stability Outlive Sultan Qaboos?".

Allen, . Rigsbee II, W. (2000).

Allen, Calvin . and W. Lynn Rigsbee. Oman Under Qaboos: From Coup to Constitution, 1970-1996. London: Frank Cass, 2000. 69. ^ Shichor, Yitzhak. The Middle East in China's Foreign Policy, 1949-1977. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1979. php?title National Democratic Front for the Liberation of Oman and the Arabian Gulf&oldid 835247892".