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Soviet-American rivalry in the Middle East
J. C. Hurewitz
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Bargaining and Learning in Recurring Crises: The Soviet-American, Egyptian-Israeli, and Indo-Pakistani Rivalries [Russell J. Leng] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The rivalries between the Soviet Union and the United States, Egypt and Israel, and India and Pakistan produced twelve major crises and seven wars during the quarter-century following World War by: 9.
The Cold War saw deepening Soviet–American rivalry in the Middle East from the mids to the late s on three levels – a geopolitical struggle to recruit allies and secure access to strategic resources (especially oil); diplomatic maneuvers to prevent the Arab–Israeli conflict from escalating into a superpower confrontation; and ideological competition for the future of the Muslim Cited by: 5.
The approach allows for comparisons of behavior and learning across the three rivalries, as well as a consideration of the influence that the Soviet-American rivalry exerted on the Middle East. Ghattas's second book, Black Wave: Saudi Arabia, Iran, and the Forty-Year Rivalry That Unraveled Culture, Religion, and Collective Memory in the Middle East, is a post history of the Middle ity control: ISNI:.
the American-Soviet rivalry in the Middle East in perspective. Professor Hurewitz's opening chapter itself would almost justify the publication of this book.
On the United States-Soviet rivalry he writes: "The United States and the Soviet Union in the late s seemed to be moving on a collision course in the heart of the Middle East." He points.
The Arab-Israeli conflict cannot be properly understood without considering the larger context of the Cold War. This book provides a comprehensive analysis of Israel's relationships with the United States and the Soviet Union from toshowing how the fledgling state had to manoeuvre between the two superpowers in order to : Hardcover.
Soviet-American Rivalry in the middle East, Praeger for The Academy of Political Science (), ASIN BM7W8 Oil, the Arab-Israel Dispute, and the Industrial World, Columbia University, Westview Press, ISBN Born: NovemHartford, Connecticut, US.
Recently declassified documents and new scholarship have prompted this reassessment of the collusion between Israel, France and England which drove the War. The book opens with the international aspects of the war, deals with regional issues and concludes with a fresh look at Israeli involvement.
Issues such as the plot which paved the way to the eruption of hostilities, Egyptian losses 5/5(1). The relationship between the USSR and the Middle East focused on its rivalry with the Turks, mistrust of the Persians, and the Afghan conflict.
Under Nikita Khrushchev, the Soviets were inconsistent in their Middle Eastern policies and mistrusted by the Arabs. Soviet-American Rivalry in the Middle East. Hurewitz, J. 1st Edition.
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In the Northern Tier it has gained by normalizing its relations with Turkey and Iran. In the Arab-Israel zone it influence in a number of Arab the Arab-Israeli conflict and of Soviet-American rivalry in the conflict, the greater likelihood is tion. In the Arab-Israel zone it has established preponderant influence in a number of Arab states, taking advantage of the Arab-Israeli conflict and of inter-Arab disputes.
While Soviet-American rivalry in the region could lead to armed conflict, the greater likelihood is prolonged political competi by: 3. The Cold War saw deepening Soviet American rivalry in the Middle East from the mids to the late s on three levels a geopolitical struggle to recruit allies and secure access to strategic.
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C Hurewitz (Book) 36 editions published between and in English and held by .The New Yorker, December 3, P. REFLECTIONS on U.S.-Soviet relations. Both countries find themselves with substantial rather then symbolic national interests at stake in the Middle : William Pfaff.