Jordan on the Brink, 1955-57: Britain, America, and the Survival of the Jordanian Monarchy.

Weinberg, Jesse.


  • Abstract: This paper will examine the dramatic changes in Jordanian politics from 1955 to 1957. Jordan, as a state created in the aftermath of the First World War, as a British backed client monarchy, without any unified political or cultural identity was extremely susceptible to the subversive influences of Arab Nationalism, and more specifically Nasserism during the 1950's. As a result, Jordan ... read more
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