Baruch ‘Uziel, “The Peripheral Alliance,” Beterem (H), November 1948, pp. 8–11.
Baruch ‘Uziel, The Peripheral Alliance: A Suggestion for Israeli Policy (H) (Tel Aviv: Hamerkaz, 1959), pp. 3–31.
Aaron S. Klieman, Israel and the World after 40 Years (Washington: Pergamon-Brassey’s, 1990), p. 6.
For details on the secret track, see Aharon Klieman, Statecraft in the Dark: Israel’s Practice of Quiet Diplomacy (Jerusalem: Jerusalem Post Press, 1988), pp. 75–113.
For Shiloah’s personality and contributions to the state of Israel, see Haggai Eshed, Reuven Shiloah:The Man Behind the Mossad (London: Frank Cass, 1997).
For an analysis of Israeli-Iranian relations, see Samuel Segev, The Iranian Triangle: The Secret Relations between Israel-Iran-USA (H) (Tel Aviv: Sifriyat Ma‘ariv, 1981).
Michael Bar Zohar, Ben-Gurion:A Political Biography (H),Vol. III (Tel Aviv: ‘Am ‘Oved, 1977), pp. 1316–1317.
David Ben-Gurion, Selected Documents, Israeli State Archives (1947–1963) (H) (Jerusalem, State Archives, 1996–97), pp. 416–417.
Avi Shlaim, The Iron Wall: Israel and the Arab World (London: Penguin, 2000), pp. 198–204.
For the Baghdad Pact and its ramifications, see Elie Podeh, The Quest for Hegemony in the Arab World:The Struggle over the Baghdad Pact (New York: E. J. Brill, 1995).
Interview with a Turkish official who wished to remain anonymous; Sezai Orkunt, Türkiye ABD Askeri Ilişkileri (İstanbul: Milliyet, 1978), p. 384.
Amikam Nachmani, Israel, Turkey and Greece: Uneasy Relations in the East Mediterranean (London: Frank Cass, 1987), p. 75.
Yossi Melman (ed.) (H), CIA Report on the Israeli Security and Intelligence Services (H) (Tel Aviv: Sifrei Erez, 1982), p. 56.
Meir Amit, in his role as chief of Mossad, was the mastermind behind the support to the Kurds. See Meir Amit, Head On (H) (Or Yehuda: Hed Arzi Publishing House, 1999), pp. 152–178.
Vamik D. Volkan and Norman Itzkowitz, Turks and Greeks: Neighbors in Conflict (Huntingdon: Eothen Press, 1994), p. 139; for the crisis, see pp. 129–157.
Salahi R. Sonyel, “New Light on the Genesis of the Conflict,” in Clement H. Dodd (ed.), Cyprus: The Need for New Perspectives (Huntingdon: Eothen Press, 1999), p. 30. At the time, Turkey lacked military equipment such as landing craft.
R. Ankara, August 8, 9 DR, August 10, 1964; Vamik D. Volkan, Cyprus—War and Adaptation (Charlottesville, VA: University Press of Virginia, 1979), pp. 19–20.
The George Grivas forces were being trained and armed by the United Arab Republic (Egypt). Faruk Sönmezoğlu (ed.), ABD’nin Türkiye Politikası (İstanbul: Der, 1995), p. 22, quoting Facts on File, Vol. XXV
For the “special relations” between Israel and Morocco that started clandestinely in the mid-1950s, see Bruce Maddy-Weitzman, “Israel and Morocco: A Special Relationship,” The Maghreb Review, Vol. 21, No. 1–2 (1996), pp. 36–48.