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Volume :32 Issue : 122 2006      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

The Development of the British-Omani Relations Since the End of the 18th Century Until the End of the 19th Century

Auther : Dr. Nabil A. Sarhan

     Britian used many policies to control over the Arab Gulf region in general and in Oman in particular.

     The Slave-trade was one of the policies that was used as a mean to extend the British control over Oman although the British attitude regarding this issue was superficial not because of humanitarian motivation - as it claimed - but the main reason was the British desire to extend its domination to Oman.

     To activate political and economic intrests accordingly, Britian issued some resolutions to deflect and lighten against the slave-trade which upset the Omani social and economic systems and finally it extended its colonial domination to Oman.

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