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British Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction in the Gulf, 1913-1971

H. M. Al Baharna

British Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction in the Gulf, 1913-1971

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Published by Norman Ross Publishing, Inc. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession

  • The Physical Object
    FormatLibrary Binding
    Number of Pages350
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11952961M
    ISBN 101852078405
    ISBN 109781852078409


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British Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction in the Gulf, 1913-1971 by H. M. Al Baharna Download PDF EPUB FB2

This study presents an account of the exercise of extra-territorial jurisdiction by Britain in the Arab Gulf States during the period before they gained full sovereignty and independence.

This work provides a valuable analysis of the working of the British Court System in the Arab context. British Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction inthe Gulf ―AnAnalysis of the Systemof BritishCourtsinthe Territoriesof the BritishProtected States of the Gulf Duringthe Pre-independence Era, by Husain M.

Al-Baharna, Archive Editions,pp, £ in Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law OnlineAuthor: Eugene Cotran. British extra-territorial jurisdiction in the Gulf an analysis of the system of British courts in the territories of the British protected states of the Gulf during the pre-independence era.

British Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction inthe Gulf ―AnAnalysis of the Systemof Cotran, Eugene Dr Husain Al-Baharna, former Minister of Legal Affairs of Bahrain, gained his doctorate at Cambridge in as a result of a thesis on the "Legal problems of the Persian Gulf states".

Al-Baharna, Husain M., British Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction in the Gulf, – (Slough: Archive Editions, ) Balfour-Paul, Glen, The End of Empire in the Middle East: Britain's Relinquishment of Power in Her Last Three Arab Dependencies (Cambridge University Press, )Cited by:   London: Croom Helm, ; H.

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British Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction in the Gulf An Analysis of the System of British Courts in the Territories of the British Protected States of the Gulf during the Pre-Independence Era by Husain M. al Baharna (pp. Anglo-Arab relations in the Persian Gulf during the era of British hegemony (– ) was the problem of protection.

It shaped the world within which the Gulf rulers lived more than any other factor. The popular perception of the British era in the Gulf itself is that British protection was imposed from above, coercively, throughFile Size: KB.

Britain exercised extra-territorial jurisdiction in the Gulf shaikhdoms and Oman as well: British subjects, British-protected persons, and foreigners from outside the region were subject to.

al-Baharna LL.B (). British Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction in the Gulf –; Mehr, Farhang. A Colonial Legacy: The Dispute Over the Islands of Abu Musa, and the Greater and Lesser Tumbs, University Press of America; Onley, James.

The Arabian frontier of the British Raj; Albaharna, Husain M., (). Husain M. Al Baharna, British Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction in the Gulf, – (Slough: Archive Editions, ), 10–12, 19–20; Potter, “The Consolidation of Iran’s Frontier on the Persian Gulf Cited by: 2.

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Slavery and Manumission: British Policy in the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf Author: Jerzy Zdanowski. Inafter the British left the area Iranian forces claimed the islands of Abu Musa, Greater Tunb, and Lesser Tunb, located at the mouth of the Persian Gulf between Iran and the UAE.

The Iranians asserted their claims to the islands. Iran continued to hold the islands inand its action remained a source of contention with the UAE, which claimed authority by virtue of Britain's. British extra-territorial jurisdiction in the Gulf an analysis of the system of British courts in the territories of the British protected states of the Gulf during the pre-independence era: Pipes, Richard: Legalised lawlessness: Soviet revolutionary justice: Institute for European Defence & Strategic Studies.

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British Guiana Boundary: Arbitration with the United States of Venezuela. the Case [And Appendix] on Behalf of the Government of Her Britannic MajestyAuthor: Great Britain. The intrusion of British political influence in the coastal Gulf countries, beginning in the late eighteenth century, has greatly affiected the legal system operating in the region todayv Extra-territorial jurisdiction was given in Bahrain, Qatar and the TruciaI Coast and began with the protection agreements from Request PDF | European Extraterritoriality in Semicolonial Ethiopia | cholarly discussions regarding European legal imperialism in semicolonial nations of the modern era have not considered : Hailegabriel G Feyissa.

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Foreign Countries with Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction (ETJ) You could qualify for a British Passport if. Dr. al-Baharna LL.B (). British Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction in the Gulf –; Mehr, Farhang. A Colonial Legacy: The Dispute Over the Islands of Abu Musa, and the Greater and Lesser Tumbs, University Press of America; Onley, James.

The Arabian frontier of the British Raj; Albaharna, Husain M., (). Since its original publication twwenty years ago, this work has remained the standard authority on the history of British relations with the countries of the Persian Gulf during the nineteenth century.

It covers such wide-ranging topics as the repercussions of the Napoleonic Wars in the Middle East; the defense of India against the advance of Russia in Asia; the Eastern Crisis of ; the. Until the s, the principal narrative about Gulf piracy was the one established by British imperial sources such as Charles Low’s History of the Indian Navy: () and John Gordon.

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Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t8md42z6h Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive Python library See other formats GREAT BRITAIN'S WITHDRAWAL FROM THE PERSIAN GULF - AN ANALYSIS OF THE POLICY AND THE PROCESS David James McMunn r i n GREAT BRITAIN'S WITHDRAWAL FROM THE PERSIAN GULF AN ANALYSIS OF THE POLICY AND THE PROCESS A Dissertation submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Georgetown University.

British never occupied and ruled Gulf as they did other countries like India. However they had an existing agreement with the Gulf Sheikdoms which were called as Trucial States during the s.

The Persian cost during the earlywas rampant.A British Overseas Territory is one of fourteen territories which the United Kingdom considers to be under its sovereignty, but not as part of the United Kingdom itself. Before the territories were known as colonies or Crown British Overseas Territories are also referred to as overseas territories of the United Kingdom, UK overseas territories, or when the context is clear.G.

Lucas, "Memorandum on the Cultivation of Opium in Persia," Annual Report on the Administration of the Persian Gulf Residency from the Yearpp. 31– Dr. H.

al-Baharna LL.B (). British Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction In The Gulf –; Mehr, Farhang.