Iraq: A Political History from Independence to Occupation

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Fikrat Namiq ‘Abd al-Fattah, Siyasat al- ‘Iraq al-Kharijiya fi al-Mantaqa al‘Arabiya, 1953–1958 (Iraq’s foreign policy in the Arab region, 1953–1958) (Baghdad: Dar al-Rashid li al-Nashr, 1981.

‘Ali Karim Sa‘id ‘Abdallah, Iraq 8 Shibat, 1963: Min Hiwar al-Mafahim ila Hiwar al-Damm, Muraja’at fi Dhakirat Taleb Shabib (Iraq of 8 February 1963: from a dialogue over norms to a dialogue of blood, reviews of the memory of Taleb Shabib) (Beirut, Lebanon: Dar al-Kunuz al-‘Arabiya, 1999).

Salam ‘Aboud, Thaqafat al- ‘unf fi al- Iraq (The culture of violence in Iraq) (Cologne, Germany: Manshurat al-Jamal, 2002).

Said K. Aburish, Saddam Hussein: The Politics of Revenge (New York: Bloomsbury, 2000).

Jamil Abu Tibikh, Mudhakarat al-Sayyid Muhsin Abu Tibikh, 1910–1960: Khamsum ‘Amman min Tarikh al- ‘Iraq al-Siyassi al-Hadith (Memoirs of Sayyid Muhsin Abu Tibikh, 1910–1960: fifty years of Iraq’s modern political history) (Beirut: al-Mu’asasa al-‘Arabiya li al-Dirasat wa al-Nashr, 2001).

Muhsin Abu Tibikh, al-Mabadi’ wa al-Rijal: Bawader al-Inhiyar al-Siyasi fi alIraq (Principles and men: symptoms of political collapse in Iraq) (Beirut: alMu’asasa al-‘Arabiya li al-Dirasat wa al-Nashr, 2003).

Lahouari Addi, “The Failure of Third World Nationalism,” Journal of Democracy, vol. 8, (October 1997).

Mohammed Modhafar Hashim al-A‘dhami, Political Aspects of the Iraqi Parliament and Election Processes, 1920–1932, Ph.D. Thesis, University of London, 1978.

Walid al-A‘dhami, Intifadhat Rashid ‘Ali al-Gaylani wa al-Harb al-‘Iraqiya al-Biritaniya, 1941 (The insurrection of Rashid ‘Ali al-Gaylani and the Iraqi-British War, 1941) (Baghdad: Dar Wasit, 1986).

Michel ‘Aflaq, Fi Sabil al Ba‘th (For the sake of the Ba‘th [resurrection]) (Beirut, Lebanon: Dar al-Tali‘ah, 1963).

Halim Ahmad, Mujaz Tarikh al- ‘Iraq al-Hadith, 1920–1958 (A synoptic history of modern Iraq, 1920–1958) (Beirut: Dar Ibn Khaldun, 1978).

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