Malcolm H. Kerr : Lebanon in the last Years of Feudalism, 1840-1868. A Contemporary Account by AntŪn Dähir al-'Aqīqī and other Documents. Beirut: American University, Oriental Series No. 33, 1959. XIII + 159 pp. Map

Malcolm H. Kerr : Lebanon in the last Years of Feudalism, 1840-1868. A Contemporary Account by... 294 connection. One of the volumes of the series is geared to the relations of Egypt to the United Nations Organization. This purpose and objective was largely determinative for the scope and structure of the book, which has been edited by a "Committee of the Egyptian Society of International Law". Au fond, the surprising element of this book is the impression that the Egyptian diplomacy-which cannot be noticed to have experienced any drastic changes as a result of the Egyptian revolution and which has preserved its characteristics, as we could almost say, unaffected by the course of internal affairs-meets with apparent, though not explicitly formulated, approval. Although the foundation of the UNO and the proclamation of its Charter had initially been wholeheartedly welcomed-because Egypt considered this to be a political means to support her arguments against England as well as her endeavours toward the attainment of unrestrained independence-Cairo later on felt at first disappointed and finally even accepted a sceptical attitude because of the way the UNO principles were practically put in effect; it appears that only upon the United Nations' intervention on occasion of the Suez crisis a certain moral rehabilitation of subject successor organization of the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Die Welt des Islams Brill

Malcolm H. Kerr : Lebanon in the last Years of Feudalism, 1840-1868. A Contemporary Account by AntŪn Dähir al-'Aqīqī and other Documents. Beirut: American University, Oriental Series No. 33, 1959. XIII + 159 pp. Map

Die Welt des Islams, Volume 6 (3): 294 – Jan 1, 1961

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294 connection. One of the volumes of the series is geared to the relations of Egypt to the United Nations Organization. This purpose and objective was largely determinative for the scope and structure of the book, which has been edited by a "Committee of the Egyptian Society of International Law". Au fond, the surprising element of this book is the impression that the Egyptian diplomacy-which cannot be noticed to have experienced any drastic changes as a result of the Egyptian revolution and which has preserved its characteristics, as we could almost say, unaffected by the course of internal affairs-meets with apparent, though not explicitly formulated, approval. Although the foundation of the UNO and the proclamation of its Charter had initially been wholeheartedly welcomed-because Egypt considered this to be a political means to support her arguments against England as well as her endeavours toward the attainment of unrestrained independence-Cairo later on felt at first disappointed and finally even accepted a sceptical attitude because of the way the UNO principles were practically put in effect; it appears that only upon the United Nations' intervention on occasion of the Suez crisis a certain moral rehabilitation of subject successor organization of the

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