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Diplomacy in the Middle East : The International Relations of Regional and Outside Powers

Diplomacy in the Middle East : The International Relations of Regional and Outside Powers - rev edition

ISBN13: 978-1860648991

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ISBN13: 978-1860648991
ISBN10: 1860648991
Edition: REV 04
Copyright: 2004
Publisher: I.B.Tauris & Co Ltd
Published: 2004
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Diplomacy in the Middle East : The International Relations of Regional and Outside Powers - REV 04 edition

ISBN13: 978-1860648991

L. Carl Ed. Brown

ISBN13: 978-1860648991
ISBN10: 1860648991
Edition: REV 04
Copyright: 2004
Publisher: I.B.Tauris & Co Ltd
Published: 2004
International: No
Summary

The Middle East has a very distinctive diplomatic structure. This text surveys the diplomatic relationships and the foundations of foreign policy-making among the principal players in the region - Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Iran, Turkey and Morocco. It also explores the Middle East policies of four leading external powers who have played such a crucial role in the region - the US, Britain, France and Russia. Rendered all the more relevant by the sound and fury surrounding America's new attitudes to the region, the work presents a comparative survey which should be essential for specialists on the Middle East, diplomatic history and international relations.

Table of Contents

I The Four Great Powers

1. France's Arab Policy
2. Britain and the Middle East after 1945
3. America and the Middle East
4. The Middle East in Russia's Strategic Prism

II Israel and the Arabs

5. Egypt
6. Israeli Foreign Policy
7. In Search of Budget Security: Jordanian Foreign Policy
8. The Foreign Policy of Syria

III The Larger Arab World

9. Iraqi Foreign Policy
10. Moroccan Foreign Policy
11. Saudi Arabia's Foreign Policy

IV The Other Middle East

12. Iran
13. Turkey's Foreign Policy: Independent or Reactive?

V Rounding Out the Area

14. The Foreign Policies of other Middle Eastern States

VI Conclusion: Making Sense of Middle Eastern Diplomacy

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