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Anglo-American Rivalry in the Middle East: The Struggle for the Buraimi Oasis, 1952–1957
a remote oasis on the south-east tip of the Arabian peninsula, seemed in the early 1950s an unlikely spot for international confrontation; few Americans knew it even existed. Roughly circular, andExpand
The Decline of the Anglo-American Middle East, 1961-1969: A Willing Retreat
John F. Kennedy Confronts the Middle East: A New Beginning? Kennedy, Nasser, Macmillan and the War in Yemen, 1962-1963 The Flickering Embers of Empire: Douglas-Home, Lyndon Johnson and the MiddleExpand
Israel's Clandestine Diplomacies
The Middle East Between the Great Powers: Anglo-American Conflict and Cooperation, 1952-7
Acknowledgements - Introduction - Egypt: Entering Wedge to the Middle East - Iran: Britain Looses Control Over its Jewel in the Middle East - BURAIMI: The Struggle for the Persian Gulf - AllianceExpand
Buraimi: the Struggle for the Persian Gulf
Britain had, however grudgingly, let American pressure force it out of its prized possessions in the Middle East, Egypt and Iran. It is, therefore, ironic that Britain refused to buckle underExpand
Reviews of Books
ERICH S. GRUEN. Diaspora: Jews amidst Greeks and Romans. Cambridge, MA and London: Harvard University Press, 2002. Pp. ix, 386. $39.95 (us). Reviewed by Kenneth G. Holum ARNE SØBY CHRISTENSEN.Expand
Reviews of Books
CHARLES KING. The Black Sea: A History. New York: Oxford University Press, 2004. Pp. xx, 276. $60.00 (CDN). Reviewed By John P. Ledonne ANDREW GILLETT. Envoys and Political Communication in the LateExpand