Britain and the Yemen civil war, 1962-1965 : ministers, mercenaries and mandarins : foreign policy and the limits of covert action
Britain and the Yemen civil war, 1962-1965 : ministers, mercenaries and mandarins : foreign policy and the limits of covert action / Clive Jones.
|Main author:||Jones, Clive, 1965-|
Table of Contents:
- Introduction : themes and issues
- 1. Britain and the Yemen Civil War : prelude to intervention
- 2. The legacy of Yemeni irredentism : the debate over recognition of the YAR
- 3. Between Whitehall and the White House : Anglo-American relations
- 4. A constrained response : the limits of covert action
- 5. The mercenary operations : British subterfuge and the French connection
- 6. 'A very British affair' : the guerilla campaign, October 1963-September 1964
- 7. 'Plus ca change, plus la meme chose' : the labour government, Aden, and the Yemen Civil War
- 8. 'From the jaws of victory' : the political defeat of Britain in south Arabia
- Conclusion : political conviction and the BMO.