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Stepping Back from the Third World: Soviet Policy toward the United Arab Republic, 19651967
  • Guy Laron
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Cold War Studies
  • 15 November 2010
This article shows that for two years prior to the June 1967 Six-Day Mideast War, Soviet-Egyptian relations had begun to fray because the Soviet Union wanted to loosen its ties with radical regimesExpand
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Playing with fire: The Soviet–Syrian–Israeli triangle, 1965–1967
Setting out to assess Soviet policy toward Syria and Israel in the two years that preceded the Six Day War, this article argues that the Soviets were trying to implement a policy of détente in theExpand
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The Six-Day War: The Breaking of the Middle East
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Czechoslovakia in Africa, 1945–1968
  • Guy Laron
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Cold War Studies
  • 29 December 2017
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Book Review: The Soviet–Israeli War 1967–1973. Isabella Ginor and Gideon Remez
in the Orthodox group. I suspect, though, his book will soon become the forefront of the ongoing Revisionist–Orthodox debate, with all the attendant fireworks that normally accompany a strong stance.Expand
Cutting the Gordian Knot
Book reviews
The Domestic Sources of Israel's Decision to Launch the 1956 Sinai Campaign
This article examines Israel's decision to launch the 1956 campaign against Egypt. While the current literature tends to argue that, in 1956, the campaign was a response by Israel to securityExpand
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Nasser's gamble: how intervention in Yemen caused the Six-Day War and the decline of Egyptian power
remaining extremely calm and even passive during the crisis numerous times in the book – which also leads to some repetitive arguments – he surprisingly does not provide an easy-to-interpretExpand