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Diplomacy, Strategy and the Policy of the Periphery at the United Nations
Author: Howard A. Patten
Following its creation in 1948, Israel was confronted with the challenge of establishing relations with key players in the Middle East, in the face of opposition from most of the Arab states. Patten explores the genesis and development of Israel's foreign relations with Iran, Turkey, and Ethiopia, known as the "Policy of the Periphery." Highlighting the pragmatism and Realpolitik at the heart of this policy, Israel and the Cold War analyzes the national interests and mutual concerns which shaped relations and strategy at the United Nations during the critical moments of the establishment of the State of Israel and the following forty years, before the ramifications of the Iranian Revolution became apparent. Based primarily on UN documents, this is a vital primary resource for those researching the period, as well as the formulation of foreign policy in the Middle East.
This best-selling text presents the best synthesis of current scholarship available to emphasize the theme of expansionism and its manifestations. Volume 2 includes recently declassified documents, and provides the opportunity to consider new perspectives on topics such as the American intervention in the Bolshevik Revolution, the origins of the Cold War and the Korean War, and the Cuban missile crisis. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Since the cold war ended, it has become an international field of study, with new material from China, the former Soviet Union and Europe. This volume takes stock of where these new materials have taken us in our understanding of what the cold war was about and how we should study it.
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American Foreign Policy and the Pursuit of Stability, 1969-1976
Author: Robert S. Litwak
Publisher: CUP Archive
Category: Political Science
Although many volumes have been written on the Nixon-Kissinger foreign policy, this book provides the first sustained treatment of the Nixon Doctrine. Enunciated by President Nixon in July 1969, the Nixon Doctrine established the basis not only for the subsequent American withdrawal from Vietnam, but also, more broadly, for US security policy towards the Third World. Along with US-Soviet detente, it stood as one of the two central elements of the Nixon-Kissinger diplomatic strategy.