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The USA and the Middle East Since World War 2


Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. T. G. Fraser
    Pages 24-49
  3. T. G. Fraser
    Pages 50-76
  4. T. G. Fraser
    Pages 113-140
  5. T. G. Fraser
    Pages 141-158
  6. T. G. Fraser
    Pages 159-184
  7. T. G. Fraser
    Pages 185-188
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 189-221

About this book


The Middle East has rarely been absent from the world's media since the end of World War 2. Next to East-West relations, its conflicts have provided the most intractable set of issues in international affairs. Inevitably, the United States became the major outside party. As the Arab-Israeli dispute came to dominate Middle East affairs, the Americans had to reconcile their wide-ranging strategic and economic interests with the domestic pressures to support Israel. This book analyses and illustrates the decisions reached in Washington and examines their impact on the region's quarrels.


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Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.University of UlsterUK

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