Books about Kuwait (1990-22)

English-language books published between 1990 and the present

  • (1990) Kuwait’s foreign policy, Assiri, Abdul-Reda
  • (1990) The Legendary Claims of Iraqi Historical Rights in the State of Kuwait, Mustafa, Ahmed Abdel Rehim; El Aqqad, Salah & Nawwar, Abdul Aziz Soliman
  • (1990) U.S. Hands Off the Mideast!, Fidel Castro
  • (1991) The Cloud Over Kuwait, Marwan Iskandar
  • (1993) Kuwait’s Age of Sail: Pearl Divers, Sea Captains, and Shipbuilders Past and Present, Claudia Al-Rashoud
  • (1994) The Iraqi Aggression On Kuwait: The Truth. and the Tragedy
  • (1995) Wildflowers of Kuwait, Linda Shuaib
  • (1995) Voice of the Oud, J.S. Rajab
  • (1995) Kuwait Arts and Architecture, Arlene Fullerton
  • (1997) Dame Violet Dickson, Claudia Al-Rashoud
  • (1997) New Vision of Kuwait, Godfrey Goodwin
  • (1998) The Origins of Kuwait, BJ Slot
  • (1998) Kuwait by the First Photographers, William Facey
  • (1998) The Arabian Mission’s Story, Lewis R.
  • (1999) The Echo of Kuwait Creativity, Hayfa Muhammad Sanusi
  • (1998) History of Postal Services in Kuwait, Muhammad Abd al-Hadi Jamal
  • (2001) Tareq Rajab and Development of Fine Art in Kuwait
  • (2003) Art in Exile, Constance Whitney
  • (2009) Shipmasters of Kuwait, Bourisly, Khaled H.
  • (2010) Maritime Interactions in the Arabian Neolithic, Robert Carter and Harriet Crawford
  • (2010) Kuwait and the Sea, Yacoub Yusuf Al-Hijji
  • (2011) Ras Al Zour, Margery Deemer
  • (2012) Kuwait in the Illustrated London News Magazine, Abdullah Yousef Al-Ghunaim
  • (2013) Mubarak Al-Sabah: Foundation of Kuwait, Souad Al-Sabah
  • (2015) Abdullah Mubarak Al-Sabah: The Transformation of Kuwait, Souad Al-Sabah
  • (2015) An Illustrated History of Kuwait, Khalid Al Massad
  • (2016) Kuwait Transformed, Farah Al-Nakib
  • (2016) Modern Architecture Kuwait, 1949-1989
  • (2017) Essays, Arguments & Interviews on Modern Architecture Kuwait
  • (2019) Kuwait through the Dickson Family’s Lens, Mohammed Ibrahim Al-Habib
  • (2021) Iridescent Kuwait, Laura Hindelang
  • (2021) Pan-Arab Modernism
  • (2022) Where Butterflies Fill The Sky, Zahra Marwan

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