4 edition of Cold War and the Middle East found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Yezid Sayigh and Avi Shlaim.|
|Contributions||Ṣāyigh, Yazīd., Shlaim, Avi.|
|LC Classifications||DS63.1 .C57 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 303 p. :|
|Number of Pages||303|
|LC Control Number||96030043|
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In the aftermath of the Second World War, the Middle East became one of the major theatres of the Cold War as a result of its strategic importance and its oil resources.
In this compelling new book leading scholars analyze, for the first time, the impact of the Cold War on the behavior of individual local actors at three levels: international politics, regional politics, and domestic : Hardcover.
Against this Cold War backdrop, the motives of both Israel and the Arab states in waging full-scale and lower-intensity conflict are illuminated. The overall goal of this work is to re-assess the relationship between the Cold War and regional conflict in shaping the events of this pivotal period in the Middle East.
The Cold War in the Middle East will be of much interest to students of Cold War studies. Well-written history of the Middle East during the Cold War. Khalidi finds in the struggle between the U.S. and U.S S.R., many of the causes of present troubles in the Middle East.
Cold War, and post-World War II (he highlights Cold War and the Middle East book war as an important event itself), concerns over strategic territory, resources and ideological competition, drove the actions of the by: In the aftermath of Cold War and the Middle East book Second World War, the Middle East became one of the major theatres of the Cold War as a result of its strategic importance and its oil resources.
In the aftermath of the Second World War, the Middle East became one of the major theatres of the Cold War as a result /5. The Cold War in the Middle East (Cold War History) The Greater Middle East and the Cold War: US Foreign Policy Under Eisenhower and Kennedy (International Library of Twentieth Century History.
The Cold War and the Middle East redresses the balance by concentrating on the policies of the local actors. It looks at the politics of the region not just from the outside in but from the inside 3/5(1). DOI link for The Cold War in the Middle East.
The Cold War in the Middle East book. Regional Conflict and the Superpowers Edited By Nigel J. Ashton. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 12 July Pub. location London. Imprint by: In his new book, Rashid Khalidi, considered the foremost U.S.
historian of the Middle East, makes the compelling case that the dynamics that played out during the Cold War continue to exert a 4/5(1). With the ending of the Cold War, it is now possible to review the entire post-war period, to examine the Cold War as history.
The Middle East occupies a special place in the history of the Cold War. It was critical to its birth, its life and its demise. In the aftermath of the Second World War. The White House and the Middle Eastâ€from the Cold War to the War on Terror The Middle East is the beginning and the end of U.S.
foreign policy: events there influence our alliances, make or break presidencies, govern the price of oil, and draw us into war/5.
America in the Middle East During the Cold War is a book that grapples with the question of how the United States managed to succeed in the Middle East during the time of the superpower struggle. The Cold War and the Middle East redresses the balance by concentrating on the policies of the local actors.
It looks at the politics of the region not just from the outside in but from the inside out. The contributors to this volume are leading scholars in the field whose interests combine International Relations and Middle Eastern Studies. The Cold War in the Middle East, examines American and Soviet involvement in the Middle East, and how each superpower's policies and alliances contributed to its overall Cold War strategies.
In the course of the Cold War, architects, planners, and construction companies from socialist Eastern Europe engaged in a vibrant collaboration with those in West Africa and the Middle East in order to bring modernization to the developing by: 1.
Table of Contents. Introduction: The Cold War and Conflict in the Middle East, Nigel J. Ashton Soviet Attitude toward Resolution of Conflict Galia Golan US and Israeli Intelligence Failed to Estimate the Soviet Intervention in the Arab-Israeli War of Attrition Dima Adamsky "Expulsion" of the Soviet "Advisers" from Egypt, Isabella Ginor 5.
In their new book, The Pragmatic Superpower: Winning the Cold War in the Middle East, the authors examine how Washington handled ten crises between. Get this from a library. The Cold War and the Middle East. [Yazīd Ṣāyigh; Avi Shlaim;] -- The Middle East occupies a special place in the history of the Cold War.
It was critical to its birth, critical to its life, and critical to its demise. The Middle East has always been the object of. The Middle East is the beginning and the end of U.S. foreign policy: events there influence our alliances, make or break presidencies, govern the price of oil, and draw us into war.
But it was not always so—and as Patrick Tyler shows in A World of Trouble, a thrilling chronicle of American misadventures in the : Farrar, Straus and Giroux. In the process, this book draws some unexpected conclusions, arguing that Eisenhower's policies were ultimately more successful than Kennedy's, and offers an important and revisionist contribution to our understanding of the Cold War and the Middle : In his new book, Rashid Khalidi dissects the crucial dynamics of power in the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union as it played out in the Middle East Author: Rashid Khalidi.
I enjoyed this book immensely. I found it to be logical in explaining the cold war era, as it also incorporated the effect it had on the Middle East. It was a great eye-opener showing the US and Soviet Unions struggle to gain dominance and power over the Middle East/5(7).
The book essentially tries to make the case that the United States’ policy in the Middle East during the Cold War period, from towas. In his new book, Sowing Crisis, Khalidi looks to the Cold War for insights into current U.S. policy in the Middle East. The "icy tentacles" of the Cold War, Khalidi writes, "extended across the.
The final key similarity between the tensions of the Middle East and the US-Soviet Cold War, is the issue of nuclear weapons. It is uncertain how long Iran will stay committed to the non-development of nuclear weapons, especially in consideration of the tearing up of the Iran Deal by President Trump – an agreement that was a vital.
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To treat the Middle East as a second coming of the USSR and make it a fixation of U.S. policy is an insult to the United States’ global stature and.
A World of Trouble: The White House and the Middle East—from the Cold War to the War on Terror. The Immediate Origins of the Cold War Oil in the Middle East A C1ash of Ideologies Elements of a Case Study: Iraq, the Soviet Union and the United States, The Effects of the Cold War OVERVIEW 41 41 43 46 47 50 54 II• • • • • This chapter attempts to examine the effects of the Cold War upon the states of the Middle East.
In the course of the Cold War, architects, planners, and construction companies from socialist Eastern Europe engaged in a vibrant collaboration with those in West Africa and the Middle East in order to bring modernization to the developing world.
This paper judges Soviet interests in the Middle East throughout the Cold war to be threefold. First, the Soviets attempted to achieve strategic parity with the United States, by expanding its naval and military reach through Middle Eastern ports and.
A cold war is "the key to understanding the Middle East in the 21st century." So argue Yigal Carmon and three of his colleagues at the Middle East Media and Research Institute (MEMRI) in a recent study, "An Escalating Regional Cold War." They have. During the 45 years of the Cold War, policymakers from the United States and the Soviet Union vied for primacy in the Middle East.
Their motives, long held by historians to have had an ideological thrust, were, in fact, to gain control over access to oil and claim geographic and strategic advantage/5.
The cold War and the Middle East The Cold War dominated world politics from the end of the WW2 to the collapse of Soviet Union. On 5 Marchwhen Churchill pronounced its famous speech at Westminster University, in Fulton, Missouri, describing Europe as divided by an iron curtain, with eastern Europe subjected to the “Soviet sphere” and.
The author illustrates how the cold war rivals saw the Middle East—with its vital location and vast oil and gas reserves—as a tool to further their parallel agendas: the Soviets and Americans. This chapter, which examines the history of the Cold War in the Middle East. It explains that the Cold War in the Middle East was never a contest between equals and explains that Western powers always enjoyed a decisive advantage.
Despite this, they were not able to retain outright control over the oil reserves and strategic positions of the region, and only succeeded in maintaining access to Cited by: 1. The Middle East in the Cold War was an area of extreme importance and also great instability.
The region lay directly south of the Soviet Union, who traditionally had great influence in Turkey and Iran. The area also had vast reserves of oil, not crucial for either superpower in the s (who each held large. The 21st century Iran–Saudi Arabia proxy conflict, sometimes called the Iran–Saudi Arabia Cold War, the Middle East Cold War or the Second Arab Cold War, even though Iran is not an Arab country The 21st century Iran–Israel proxy conflict, sometimes called the Iran–Israel Cold War.
A new look at the Cold War is particularly timely now that even after the demise of communism and the rise of capitalism in Russia, and the end of the ideological struggle that supposedly undergirded the Cold War, Western relations with Russia in East and central Europe, in the Caucasus, and in the Middle East are once again characterized by 4/4(1).
2 Beyond Sectarianism: The New Middle East Cold War and its affiliates, the emergent Islamic State, and other Sunni groups are locked in a conflict over what the proper political role of Islam should.
The Cold War began after World War Two. The main enemies were the United States and the Soviet Union. The Cold War got its name because both sides were afraid of Author: VOA Learning English.He visited the Middle East inand then reported to a State Department public affairs officer that "we are now working on a number of forthcoming books at the suggestion of your staff in which the primary motivation is to be of service to the international aims of the country.".This is a list of modern conflicts in the Middle East ensuing in the geographic and political region known as the Middle "Middle East" is traditionally defined as the Fertile Crescent (Mesopotamia), Levant, and Egypt and neighboring areas of Arabia, Anatolia and currently encompasses the area from Egypt, Turkey and Cyprus in the west to Iran and the Persian Gulf in the east Countries (): Bahrain, Cyprus, Egypt, Iran.