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The Origin Of Saudi - American Relation by Fahad M. Al Nafjan
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The Origin Of Saudi - American Relation by Fahad M. Al Nafjan

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Fahad M. Al Nafjan
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Arab Scientific Publishers
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During Roosevelt's first term of presidency, the American Secretary of State Stimson wrote in late 1932:Although this government has recognized the Arabian Kingdom and is in diplomatic relations with it through the respective representatives of the two governments in London, it is not contemplated that this government will establish diplomatic or consular representation in Jeddah in the ...

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    Novels & Stories
    Book Language
    English
    Item EAN
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    Author
    Fahad M. Al Nafjan
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    Publisher
    Arab Scientific Publishers
    Category Type
    Novels & Stories
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    English
    Item EAN
    2724335353980
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    Author
    Fahad M. Al Nafjan
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    Publisher
    Arab Scientific Publishers
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    During Roosevelt's first term of presidency, the American Secretary of State Stimson wrote in late 1932:Although this government has recognized the Arabian Kingdom and is in diplomatic relations with it through the respective representatives of the two governments in London, it is not contemplated

    During Roosevelt's first term of presidency, the American Secretary of State Stimson wrote in late 1932:Although this government has recognized the Arabian Kingdom and is in diplomatic relations with it through the respective representatives of the two governments in London, it is not contemplated that this government will establish diplomatic or consular representation in Jeddah in the near future. More than a decade later the American government transposed their original position when President Franklin D. Roosevelt proclaimed: I hereby find that the defense of Saudi Arabia is vital to the defense of the United States. Between these two statements existed a 10-year period of correspondence, visits, and negotiations regarding American diplomatic and consular representation that resulted in a five hour meeting between the founder of Saudi Arabia and president Roosevelt. This volume charts the origin of relations between the two countries, with a detailed and authoritative examination of events from US recognition in 1931 to diplomatic representation in 1943. From this period emerge the key elements of the 'special relationship' that continues to the present day.

 

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