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Soviet Union and the Middle East, 1967-1980

Norman L. Cigar

Soviet Union and the Middle East, 1967-1980

a bibliography

by Norman L. Cigar

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Published by Vance Bibliographies in Monticello, Ill .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Middle East,
  • Soviet Union
    • Subjects:
    • Middle East -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union -- Bibliography.,
    • Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- Middle East -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementNorman Cigar.
      SeriesPublic administration series--bibliography,, P-701
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ3014.R44 C53 1981, DS63.2.S55 C53 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination13 p. ;
      Number of Pages13
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3822271M
      LC Control Number81131971

      Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev greets Egyptian president Anwar Sadat, who was in Moscow in October seeking diplomatic support and military hardware against Israel. Soviet strategy in the Middle East from to was subordinate to Soviet strategy toward Indochina. In response to the escalating war in Vietnam after , the Soviets supplied many.   On January 5, , in response to the increasingly tense situation in the Middle East, President Dwight Eisenhower () delivered a proposal to a joint.

      Majority of people, especially women, in the Middle East were illiterate, when the Soviets promoted communism very aggressively. In order to bring communism in the country Soviets needed to occupy the country and to destroy local religion. In case of the Middle East it was almost impossible. As the tensions in the Middle East escalated in the early months of , it was natural for Egypt and the Soviet Union to be in close consultation. Since , Egypt had relied on Soviet arms and training, and had incorporated many of its war doctrines. The Soviet Union also became Egypt’s willing partner in many industrialization projects.

        The Soviet Union would steam roll the current middle east, Even before it broke up, But for arguments sake let's say Soviet Union in The majority of ME countries today use technology from that time period ie Fighter planes, Tanks, Artillery, Guns and armour. In .   Buy a cheap copy of The Soviet Union in the Middle East book by Karen Dawisha. Free shipping over $


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Soviet Union and the Middle East, 1967-1980 by Norman L. Cigar Download PDF EPUB FB2

Moscow and the Middle East will provide students of Soviet foreign policy, the Middle East and international relations with an invaluable textbook.

It will also prove an essential reference source for government officials and policy : Paperback. This book, first published insurveys Soviet policies and Middle Eastern responses Soviet Union and the Middle East the turbulent s.

It deals with changing moods of Turkey and Iran, the Arab-Israeli conflict in the context of big power rivalry in the Middle East, the Russian naval presence in the Mediterranean, and the new Soviet interest in Gulf by: 2.

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Add tags for "The Soviet Union and the Middle East, a bibliography". Be the first. The Soviet Union and the Middle East, Volume 8: Contributors: Universiṭah haʻivrit bi-Yerushalayim.

Merkaz le-meḥ ḷar ʻal Berit ha-moʻatsot u-Mizraḥ Eropah, Merkaz le-ḥeḳer Beri. ha-M. u-Mizraḥ Eropah ʻa. Marg'ori Meiroḳ: Publisher: Soviet and East European Research Centre of the Hebrew University, Original from. This book, first published insurveys Soviet policies and Middle Eastern responses during the turbulent s.

It deals with changing moods of Turkey and Iran, the Arab-Israeli conflict in the context of big power rivalry in the Middle East, the Russian naval presence in the Mediterranean, and. The Soviet Union in the Middle Eastܡ > Ever since the Soviet invasion of AfghanistanWestern analysts have been Involved in an intensive effort to decipher the motivations and Iongerterm implications of this actionWhat iS the basis of Soviet policy towards the Middle East?What are MoscowS ambitions not only in the Northern Tier states ofTurkey.

These essays overlap various published studies and occasionally overlap each other, but the book as a whole does achieve the stated purpose of bringing the subject closer to the present and airing fresh perceptions and interpretations.

As for the rest of the s, there is not much more for Western observers to say until the Andropov leadership shows more of its hand on Middle East policy. Previous analysts of Soviet-Middle Eastern relations have tended to emphasize either the cooperative or the competitive aspects of Soviet behaviour.

Breslauer instead offers the multidimensional concept of ‘collaborative competition’ to describe the mixed motives, ambivalence, and sometimes conflicting perspectives that have informed Soviet Cited by:   The Cold War power struggle—waged on political, economic and propaganda fronts between the Eastern and Western blocs—would persist in various forms until the fall of the Soviet Union.

Read the full-text online edition of Soviet Policy toward the Middle East since (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Soviet Policy toward the Middle East since Soviet Policy toward the Middle East since This support enabled me to travel to the Middle East and to the Soviet Union.

I would like to thank the. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features Arms for the Arabs: the Soviet Union and war in the Middle History / Middle East / General Israel-Arab conflicts Jewish-Arab relations Jewish-Arab relations Middle East Middle East Foreign relations Soviet Union Political Science.

THE SOVIET UNION IN THE MIDDLE EAST John C. Campbell R ECENT events have added piquancy and fresh controversy to dis-cussion of an old familiar question: the role of Russia in the Middle East.

On October 1,the United States and the Soviet Union issued a joint statement stressing the need for a just and comprehensive. Middle East and The Soviet Union. It’s been bugging me for years that I couldn’t finish this book during my freshman year and can’t remember the title and the teacher had moved to another school but basically all I remember is the setting being in the Middle East before wars starting to break out following some boy living a pretty good.

This is a first attempt to review and to examine critically Soviet views on developments in the Middle East since It is, of course, impossible to deal with the Middle East entirely in isolation; occasional references to Soviet policy in Asia in general and to the basic conceptions behind it are unavoidable.

The middle part looks at the time when Egypt and Iraq force a split within Soviet foreign policy and Khrushchev begins to lose his way. The final part looks at the period where Soviet influence is 4/5.

This important book by an exceptionally perceptive student of both Soviet and Middle Eastern Affairs is divided into two parts: "The Soviet Image of the Middle East," which analyzes the background of Soviet attitudes and policies toward the area; and "The Great Breakthrough"--the impressive expansion of Soviet and Communist influence in the years since From the fall of the Soviet Union until the early s Russian cooperation with Middle Eastern countries had a relatively low profile.

This can be explained by domestic political and economic turmoil in the Russian Federation (RF) during the s and by the Western orientation of Russian diplomacy under President Boris Yeltsin ( – ).

The Soviet Union, officially the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), was a federal socialist state in Northern Eurasia that existed from to and was the largest country in the world.

Nominally a union of multiple national Soviet republics, in practice its government and economy were highly was a one-party state governed by the Communist Party, with Moscow as its Capital and largest city: Moscow, 55°45′N 37°37′E /.

Soviet Russia and the Middle East. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press [] (OCoLC) Online version: Klieman, Aaron S. Soviet Russia and the Middle East.

Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Aaron S Klieman. Similarly, the former south and southwestern republics of the Soviet Union--Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Armenia, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan--can also be included in a more expansive view of the Middle East because of the republics' cultural, historical, ethnic and especially religious cross-overs with countries at the core of the Middle East.Soviet Union, forced Israel and the Europeans to withdraw from Egypt.

This left Egypt in charge of the canal and thus ended the Suez Crisis. Arab-Israeli Wars ContinueTensions between Israel and the Arab states began to build again in the years following the resolution of the File Size: 2MB.Expanding on the notion that a key goal of the Soviet Union in the Middle East in the s was to expand its military presence through the procurement of both naval and air bases.

[31] Furthermore, the Soviets chose to involve Egypt in the conflict due to the fear that an incident between Syria and Israel would likely lead to Syria's defeat. [32].