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21. 10265 10265 12-16 March 1995 - Muscat, Sultanate of Oman

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23. 10269 10269 This conference was canceled due to the death of the King of Jordan. (March 10-11, 1999)

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26. 10279 10279

27. 10281 10281 The Euphrates-Tigris Basin Water Game; Jordan River Simulation (1995); Water Scarcity Unit (1991); Middle East Water Games (MIDEWAG); Assorted papers included;

28. 10282 10282 For training purposes only. Assorted papers included.

29. 10283 10283 Satellite view (+ 173 D 034)

30. 10284 10284 Satellite view (+ 173 D 034)

31. 10285 10285 A. Proposed by State Department - February 1950; B. Revised Alternative Proposed by State Department - July 17, 1950; C. Recent Alternatives Proposed by State Department - June 27, 1950; D. Proposed by Representative of Afghanistan.

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34. 10289 10289 "Turkiye"

35. 10291 10291 F. J. Goldsmith, a British major general, visited the disputed area of Seistan to determine an appropriate boundary between Persia and Afghanistan. The arbital opinion describes Goldsmith's decision to split the Seistan region into "Sistan Proper" and "Outer Sistan". Sistan Proper, consisting of land surrounding Lake Hamun, would belong to Persia. Outer Sistan, including Chakhansur and area above the Band-i-Kohak would belong to Afghanistan.

36. 10292 10292 The Treaty of Paris was signed on March 4, 1857, concluding the Anglo-Persian war over possession of Herat. While Persia wanted to reclaim the province, Great Britain used Afghanistan as an independent buffer state against Russia. Articles stated in the treaty include the withdrawal of British troops from Persia, the liberation of all prisoners of war, and withdrawal of Persia form all matters concerning Afghanistan. The Persian government also agreed to help extinguish the presence of slavery in the Persian Gulf.

37. 10293 10293 The file contains irrigation and revenue reports created by the Perso-Afghan Arbitration Commission, 1902-1905.

38. 10294 10294 The Frontiers of Baluchistan contains excerpts from George Passman Tate's report on the exploration of the Baluchistan and Seistan provinces of Persia (presently Iran). Tate replaced a member on the McMahon Arbitration Commission as the irrigation specialist. Excerpts included past commission efforts and notable visits, such as Nasratabad, the capital city of Seistan, and the Parian river. Tate shares the history of the once famous Bandar-i-Kamal Khan, a market that was built by a Baluchi chief. Township structures are illustrated from the Kadkhuda, or mayor, to the Pagos, or agricultural associations, responsible for building weirs. Included is a map of the area studied by the McMahon commission.

39. 10295 10295 The file contains:
a. Treaty of Frontier Delimitation, signed August 14, 1925
b. Memorandum, Saar boundary protocols of 1926
c. Protocol regarding the German - Saar frontier, signed November 13, 1926
d. Protocol regarding the Franco - Saar frontier, signed November 13, 1926

40. 10296 10296 Sir Aurel Stein's account focuses on Hamun lake and the Band-i-Seistan. Hamun lake, which fluctuates throughout the year, produces fertile soil noted for its lack of salt. However, with the shifting bed of the Helmand river, areas once thriving have become desert. Stein recommends the usage of barrages to control and divert river discharge to previously abandoned plots.
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