From June to October: The Middle East Between 1967 and 1973

From June to October: The Middle East Between 1967 and 1973


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The causes of the October War in Israel can be traced to the political, economic, and strategic processes that occurred in the Middle East between 1967 and 1973. The papers compiled in this book were presented in the aftermath of the October War at an international colloquium held at Tel Aviv University.The growth 'and power of Middle East oil-producing countries, changes in inter-Arab relations, domestic policies, foreign policies, and strategic changes in the Middle East arena are analyzed and evaluated by American and Israeli scholars. American foreign policy, Soviet military doctrine, and Arab war aims are dealt with as well. The introduction which summarizes the discussion reflects the perspective of December 1974 from which the events of the years 1967-1973 were seen and evaluated.Contents and Contributors:THE MIDDLE EAST AND THE GREAT POWERS William B. Quandt, Oded Eran, Rainer Biiren STRATEGIC ASPECTS Geoffrey Kemp, Yair Evron, Amnon Sela ECONOMIC ASPECTS Eliyahu Kanovsky, Eliezer Sheffer, Benjamin Shwadran SYRIA AND EGYPT Daniel Dishon, Shimon Shamir, Itamar Rabinovich THE PALESTINE PROBLEM Uriel Dann, Gabriel Ben Dor, Elie Rekhess, Asher Susser, Varda Ben Zvi PERIPHERAL STATES Haim Shaked, Esther Sourey Webman, Uriel Dann IRAN AND THE PERSIAN GULF Rouhollah J. Ramazani, Aryeh Shmuelevitz, Mordechai Abir

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ISBN-13: 9780878552306
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
Publication date: 12/01/1977
Series: Collected Papers Series
Pages: 443
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.13(d)

About the Author

Haim Shaked is professor in the department of international studies and the director of the Sue and Leonard Center for Contemporary Judaic Studies at the University of Miami. Some of his books include The Middle East and The United States, From June to October, and Arab Relations in the Middle East.

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