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Caught In The Middle East

Author: Peter L. Hahn
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 9780807857007
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Postwar American officials desired, in principle, to promote Arab-Israeli peace in order to stabilize the Middle East. This book shows how, during the Truman and Eisenhower administrations, the desire for peace was not always an American priority. Instead, they consistently gave more weight to their determination to contain the Soviet Union.

Crisis And Crossfire

Author: Peter L. Hahn
Publisher: Potomac Books, Inc.
ISBN: 1574888196
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Provides a concise and insightful introduction to the turbulent history of U.S.-Middle East relations

The United States The Soviet Union And The Arab Israeli Conflict 1948 67

Author: Joseph Heller
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 1526103826
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Israel's relations with each of the superpowers was determined by global factors. The dilemma facing Israel was how to reconcile its interests with those of the United States, having failed to do so with the Soviet Union. Moreover, throughout the cold war the United States considered Israel aburden rather than an asset and had to accommodate support for Israel with keeping the Arab states within the western orbit. Partisan policy could have dealt a mortal blow to the fundamental assumption of American global strategy. Namely that the Middle East should not be allowed to become a coldwar arena. The book shows how the fledgling state of Israel had to manoeuvre between the superpowers to survive.

Warring Friends

Author: Jeremy Pressman
Publisher: Cornell University Press
ISBN: 0801467128
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Allied nations often stop each other from going to war. Some countries even form alliances with the specific intent of restraining another power and thereby preventing war. Furthermore, restraint often becomes an issue in existing alliances as one ally wants to start a war, launch a military intervention, or pursue some other risky military policy while the other ally balks. In Warring Friends, Jeremy Pressman draws on and critiques realist, normative, and institutionalist understandings of how alliance decisions are made. Alliance restraint often has a role to play both in the genesis of alliances and in their continuation. As this book demonstrates, an external power can apply the brakes to an incipient conflict, and even unheeded advice can aid in clarifying national goals. The power differentials between allies in these partnerships are influenced by leadership unity, deception, policy substitutes, and national security priorities. Recent controversy over the complicated relationship between the U.S. and Israeli governments-especially in regard to military and security concerns-is a reminder that the alliance has never been easy or straightforward. Pressman highlights multiple episodes during which the United States attempted to restrain Israel's military policies: Israeli nuclear proliferation during the Kennedy Administration; the 1967 Arab-Israeli War; preventing an Israeli preemptive attack in 1973; a small Israeli operation in Lebanon in 1977; the Israeli invasion of Lebanon in 1982; and Israeli action during the Gulf War of 1991. As Pressman shows, U.S. initiatives were successful only in 1973, 1977, and 1991, and tensions have flared up again recently as a result of Israeli arms sales to China. Pressman also illuminates aspects of the Anglo-American special relationship as revealed in several cases: British nonintervention in Iran in 1951; U.S. nonintervention in Indochina in 1954; U.S. commitments to Taiwan that Britain opposed, 1954-1955; and British intervention and then withdrawal during the Suez War of 1956. These historical examples go far to explain the context within which the Blair administration failed to prevent the U.S. government from pursuing war in Iraq at a time of unprecedented American power.

Missions Accomplished

Author: Peter L. Hahn
Publisher: OUP USA
ISBN: 9780195333381
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Author Peter L. Hahn is the first to synthesize the entire complicated, power-driven relationship between the United States and Iraq over the last ninety years. This book takes a straightforward, chronological approach, emphasizing the formulation of U.S. policy toward Iraq in its political, strategic, and military dimensions. Hahn boldly identifies the key players in Washington and Baghdad, evaluating the successes of every policymaker and each mission in the history of the United States-Iraq relationship.

The History Of American Foreign Policy From 1895

Author: Jerald A. Combs
Publisher: M E Sharpe Incorporated
ISBN: 9780765620569
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Now thoroughly updated, this respected text provides a clear, concise, and affordable narrative and analytical history of American foreign policy from the revolutionary period to the present. This edition features an all-new chapter on the George W. Bush presidency, 9/11, and the war in Iraq. The historiographical essays at the end of each chapter have been revised to reflect the most recent scholarship. The History of American Foreign Policy chronicles events and policies with emphasis on the international setting and constraints within which American policy-makers had to operate; the domestic presures on those policy-makers; and the ideologies, preferences, and personal idiosyncrasies of the leaders themselves. The new edition gives increased attention to the role of cultural and intellectual factors in setting up the problems faced by U.S. decision makers, and includes new materials on globalization and the war on terror.

Total Cold War

Author: Kenneth Alan Osgood
Publisher: University Press of Kansas
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Looks at how President Eisenhower used propaganda and psychological warfare during the era of the Cold War.

The Origins Of The American Israeli Alliance

Author: Abraham Ben-Zvi
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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This book demonstrates that the origins of the US-Israeli alliance lay in the former's concern over Egyptian influence in Jordan, contrasting with the widely-held view of the significance of the Six Day War. The American-Israeli Alliance will be of great interest to students of Middle East studies, history, and politics.