The Second Phase 1962-5: Soviet Policy of Compromise with Egypt
Irrespective of whether the world system can be characterised as bipolar or multi-polar, each individual state — and in particular the great powers — responds to the actions of others according to a complex process involving an analysis of the other’s global activities. For the global powers the world is too complex to be evaluated in terms of a single combination of factors; account has to be taken of the way in which an event in one part of the globe can cause chain reactions in different ways in widely separate areas.
KeywordsForeign Policy Arab World American Foreign Policy Military Capability Soviet Leadership
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