I. Frank Aker, October 1973, The Arab—Israeli War, Hamden, Conn., 1985, p. 31.
Jon D. Glassman, Arms for the Arabs: The Soviet Union and War in the Middle East, Baltimore, London, 1977, p. 138.
Galia Golan, Yom Kippur and After: The Soviet Union and the Middle East Crisis, Cambridge, 1977, pp. 118ff.
William Quandt, Decade of Decisions: American Foreign Policy toward the Arab—Israeli Conflict 1967–1976, Berkeley, 1977, p. 197; see also Shoemaker and Spanier (note 6), p. 171.
Stephen T. Hosmer and Thomas W. Wolfe, Soviet Policy and Practice toward Third World Conflicts, Lexington, Mass., 1983, pp. 50–2.
Richard Nixon, The Memoirs of Richard Nixon, New York, 1978, p. 938.
Martin J. Slominski, ‘The Soviet Military Press and the October War’, in Military Review, vol. 54. May issue (1974), pp. 39–47.
Stanley Hoffmann, Primacy or World Order: American Foreign Policy since the Cold War, New York, 1978, p. 295.
Gabriel Sheffer, ‘Independence in Dependence of Regional Powers: the Uncomfortable Alliances in the Middle East before and after the October War 1973’, in Orbis, vol. 19, no. 4 (1976), pp. 1519–38. This deals with the problem of domesticating the foreign policy of the Third World states within a bipolar international order. See Christopher Clapham (ed.), Foreign Policy Making in Developing States: A Comparative Approach 2nd edn, Westmead, Hunts., 1979. Specifically on the countries on this particular region, see B. Korany and A. Hillal Dessouki (eds), The Foreign Policies of Arab States Boulder, Col., 1984. Prior to this book, Korany outlined his theoretical ideas in a case study of Egypt (chapter VII): Bahgat Korany, Social Change, Charisma and International Behaviour: Toward a Theory of Foreign Policy-Making in the Third World Leiden, Geneva, 1976; on the subsystem debate, see pp. 140ff, on Egypt see pp. 267ff.
Gabriel Sheffer, ‘Superpowers and Client States: Middle East Relationships since 1973’, in Wiener Library Bulletin (GB), vol. 27 (1974), pp. 48–53, here p. 52.
Paul Jabber and Roman Kolkowicz, ‘The Arab—Israeli Wars of 1967 and 1973’, in S. Kaplan (ed.), Diplomacy of Power: Soviet Armed Forces as a Political Instrument, Washington, 1982, pp. 412–67, here p. 467.
Henry Kissinger, Years of Upheaval, London, 1982, pp. 646ff.
Edward Sheehan, The Arabs, Israelis and Kissinger: A Secret History of American Diplomacy in the Middle East, New York, 1976, pp. 48f.
Lawrence L. Whetten, The Canal War: Four-Power Conflict in the Middle East, Cambridge, Mass., 1974, p. 295.
Chaim Herzog, The War of Atonement, London, 1975, p. 270.
Glenn H. Snyder and Paul Diesing, Conflict Among Nations, Princeton, NJ 1977, p. 6.