2 edition of general review of the cultural activities of the League of Arab States, 1946-1956. found in the catalog.
general review of the cultural activities of the League of Arab States, 1946-1956.
League of Arab States. Cultural Dept.
|LC Classifications||DS36.2 .A57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||51 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||57044930|
Animation & Cartoons Arts & Music Computers & Technology Cultural & Academic Films Ephemeral Films Movies News & Public Affairs. Basic documents of the League of Arab States by Arab Information Center (U.S.) Publication date Topics League of Arab States. There are no reviews yet. Be the first one to write a review. The League of Arab States, also called the Arab League, is a voluntary association of Arab states. It was formed in Cairo on 22 March with six members: Egypt, Iraq, Transjordan (later renamed Jordan), Lebanon, Saudi Arabia and Syria, with Yemen joining on 5 May
The Arab League has 22 member states. It was founded in Cairo in March with six members: the Kingdom of Egypt, Kingdom of Iraq, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Syrian Republic, and Transjordan (Jordan from ). North Yemen (later becoming Yemen) joined on 5 May Membership increased during the second half of the 20th century. Five countries have observer status. n INFORMATION PAPERS NUMBER 1 The Arab League Its Origin — Purposes — Structure & Activities Price: 35 ^ THE ARAB INFORMATION CENTER PARK AVENUE NEW Y N. Y. April This publication on the League of Arab States is the first of a series of INFORMATION PAPERS, providing background information on Arab affairs, situations and.
agreed upon rules is liable to review by a technical body specialized in settlement of disputes, and that according to the provision of Chapter 4 of the Agreement to Facilitate and Develop Trade Among Arab States. Rule 16 Proof of origin: according to the Arab Rules of Origin, products ofFile Size: 51KB. The Arab League is an organization of 22 Arab states in the Middle East. The organization is also called the League of Arab States. Established in Cairo, Egypt, in , the league seeks to promote the political, social, and military interests of its members.
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The founding, structure, and operations of the League of Arab States since its organization in are analyzed. In the first half of the book the author discusses the League’s decision-making processes, considers regional dynamics, the polarization of power between Egypt and Iraq, and the impact of such major issues as Palestine on the League.
He considers the League’s techniques of cooperation with. According to the Pact, policy-making and legislative functions of the Arab League are exercised by the League Council.
The Council is composed of representatives from each member state and a representative from “Palestine” and meets twice a year, now usually in March and September, although the Pact stipulates meetings in March and October.¹ Chairmanship of the League Council is rotated.
Cultural Treaty of the Arab League, Novem I (A4s published in the Arab News Bulletin, vol. 2, no. 2, February, ) Article i.
The States of the Arab League agree that each of them shall form a local organization whose functions shall be to consider matters concerning cultural co-operation between the Arab States. Each. ARAB LEAGUE EDUCATIONAL, CULTURAL AND SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZATION (ALECSO) ALECSO is a Supra-Arab national body established to facilitate cooperation among various professional groups, learned personalities and intellectuals of Arab countries.
It is a specialized agency founded in May and an integrated part of the Arab by: 1. League of Arab States . Origin and Founding of the League of Arab States The League of Arab States was established by a pact signed on Ma at the conclusion of a conference held in Cairo, Egypt, attended by representatives of Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Syria and Yemen.
 It was established for main goals, which are to serve the common good of all Arab. The Process of Reforming the Arab League. general review of the cultural activities of the League of Arab States One issue that has long been on the agenda of the League is the reform of its Charter, including in order to include reference to the promotion and protection of human rights as one of the aims of the organization.
However, decisions on this have been repeatedly delayed. The permanent seat of the League of Arab States shall be Cairo. The Council of the League may meet at any other place it designates. Article The Council of the League shall meet in ordinary session twice a year, during the months of March and October.
It shall meet in extraordinary session at the request of two member States whenever the. Details: The first objective of the establishment of the Organization, as stated in article 1 of its Constitution, is “to enable intellectual unity among the parts of the Arab world through education, culture and science, and to raise the cultural level in this country to fulfill its duty to pursue and participate positively in the global civilization.”5/5(1).
Arab League, regional organization of Arab states formed in Cairo in Its aims were to strengthen and coordinate political, cultural, economic, and social programs of its members and to mediate disputes involving its members.
It became increasingly political in the s, especially amid internal disputes. The Arab League's purpose, from the Pact of the League of Arab States, is to promote closer political, economic, cultural and social relations among the members.
Read MoreAuthor: CNN Editorial Research. Arab League, popular name for the League of Arab States, formed in in an attempt to give political expression to the Arab nations. The original charter members were Egypt, Iraq, Jordan (then known as Transjordan), Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, and Syria.
Climate change related activities feature in the projects and programmes of cooperation between the League of Arab States and other regions (South America, China, EU) such as: joint cooperation between Arab & South American countries on space -based satellites and remote sensing in the fields related to the impacts of Climate Change on.
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Vol. International AffairsAuthor: Muhammad Khalil. LEAGUE OF ARAB STATES. An international institution, the Arab League (officially the League of Arab States) was founded in Cairo on 22 March At its creation the Arab League comprised Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Iraq, Transjordan, Lebanon, Syria, and first secretary general of the organization was Abd al-Rahman al-Azzam, an Egyptian diplomat.
The Arab League is a culturally and ethnically one association of 22 member states, with the overwhelming majority of the League's population identified as Arab (on a cultural ethnoracial basis). As of July 1,about million people live in the states of the Arab League.
Its population grows faster than in most other global strative center: Cairo, Egypt ᵃ. Arab League Mission to the Washington, D.C. 17th Street, NW/ Suite / Washington DC.
Telephone- () The Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization is a Tunis-based institution of the Arab League, established in accordance with article 3 of the Arab Cultural Unity Charter by an announcement made in Cairo, Egypt, on 25 July ALECSO works to coordinate cultural and educational activities in the Arab world.
Among its various activities, subsidiary ALECSO institutions have been established across the Arab world: Arab Centre Headquarters: Tunis, Tunisia.
Inin the immediate aftermath of the Second World War the Arab States integrated to form the League of Arab States with the realizing the long unachieved dream of Pan-Arabism. Unlike other regional organizations, the Arab League fostered on the.
The council -- The special committees -- The secretariat-general -- Other bodies. The economic council -- The joint defense council -- The permanent military commission -- Special bureaus -- The activities of the league. Political and security -- Economic -- Cultural and educational -- Social -- Legal -- ConclusionPages: The League of Arab States is an organization composed of 22 member states in the Arab Region (North and Northeast Africa and Southwest Asia or Middle East).
Its main objective is to strengthen the relationship of its member states, coordinate their economic, political, cultural, health and social welfare, communications and other activities and to protect their independence, sovereignty and. The League of Arab States. The Arab League was established in It has 22 members: Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon.The League of Arab States is an attempt by its members to be a more effective player on the world stage.
But as you'll see after reviewing its purpose and history, its success is mixed at best. The founding, structure, and operations of the League of Arab States since its organization in are analyzed. In the first half of the book the author discusses the League's decision-making processes, considers regional dynamics, the polarization of power between Egypt and Iraq, and the impact of such major issues as Palestine on the : Robert W.