Caught in the Middle East: U. S. Policy Toward the Arab-Israeli Conflict, 1945-1961

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Univ of North Carolina Press, 2006 M02 1 - 398 páginas
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American postwar efforts to ameliorate Arab-Israeli relations entangled the United States in the Arab-Israeli conflict in complex ways. Peter L. Hahn explores the diplomatic and cultural factors that influenced the policies of Presidents Truman and Eisenh
 

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GENESIS The Palestine Conflict to 1945
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SECURITY AND POLITICS The Context of US Policy toward Palestine after 1945
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AMBIVALENCE Trumans Policy toward Palestine 19451947
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DIPLOMACY AND CONFLICT The Creation of Israel and the ArabIsraeli War of 19481949
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Part II
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SECURITY COMMITMENTS US Strategic Interests in the Middle East 19491953
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PRESIDENTIAL PASSIVITY Truman and the Peace Process 19491953
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REPATRIATION VERSUS RESETTLEMENT The Palestinian Refugee Crisis 19491953
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CORNUCOPIA OF CONFLICT Water Jerusalem Refugees and Trade 19531955
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STILLBORN The US Peace Process and the Resumption of War 19551956
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DESPERATION DIPLOMACY US Policy during the SuezSinai War of 1956
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PERSISTENT CONFLICT The Aftermath of the SuezSinai War
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Part IV
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SECURITY AFFIRMED US Regional Considerations in the Middle East after the SuezSinai War
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CONTAINING CONFLICT US Efforts to Avert ArabIsraeli Clashes 19571961
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SELECTIVE ACTIVISM US Efforts to Solve ArabIsraeli Disputes 19571961
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HOLY PLACES The Question of Jerusalem 19491953
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TANGLED WEB The US Failure to Solve Multiple Controversies 19491953
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THE IMPACT OF CONFLICT US Relations with Israel and the Arab States 19491953
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Part III
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COLD WAR FRAMEWORK US Perspectives on the Middle East 19531957
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BORDER WARS Eisenhower Dulles and ArabIsraeli Frontiers 19531955
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COST OF CONFLICT US Relations with Israel and the Arab States 19531961
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Caught in the Middle East
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NOTES
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BIBLIOGRAPHY
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INDEX
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Peter L. Hahn is associate professor of history at The Ohio State University and executive director of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations. He is author of The United States, Great Britain, and Egypt, 1945-1956: Strategy and Diplomacy in the Early Cold War.

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