Iraqi political movement in the League of Nations From the years (1921-1932)

  • M. Dr. Yassar Ahmed Youssef University of Mustansiriya / College of Political Science

Abstract

     The study is concerned with the study of an important period of time in the history of modern Iraq, the period of the establishment of modern Iraq and independence through the end of the British Mandate and acceptance of joining the League of Nations, an international organization, which includes the membership of independent free countries, which took on the establishment of security and world peace through the adoption of the principle Prohibition of the use of force and the adoption of the principle of resolving international disputes by peaceful means, the research aims to achieve a set of important goals, namely:

1 - Highlight the efforts of the Iraqi government to join the League of Nations and clarify the reasons for this accession and the difficulties that accompanied the desire of the Hummah in this area.

2- Clarification of the role of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in the accession of Iraq to the League of Nations during the period of occupation and mandate on Iraq.

3- Clarifying the position of the League of Nations and its member states on the issue of Iraq's membership and how to deal with its desire to enter it from the beginning of the negotiations until the decision to accept membership.

4 -  Highlight the efforts of the most important Iraqi and foreign political figures, who had a role in the establishment of modern Iraq and joining the League of Nations.

      Department of research into two basic topics, the first topic: the emergence of the modern Iraqi state. The second topic: Iraq, Britain and the League of Nations from the negotiations to join.

Published
2018-11-06
How to Cite
Youssef, M. D. Y. A. (2018). Iraqi political movement in the League of Nations From the years (1921-1932). ALUSTATH JOURNAL FOR HUMAN AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, (222 (2), 471-504. https://doi.org/10.36473/ujhss.2017.0.222 (2).471-504
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