Allies at arm’s length: Redefining Egyptian–Soviet relations in the 1967 Arab–Israeli war

@article{Elbahtimy2019AlliesAA,
  title={Allies at arm’s length: Redefining Egyptian–Soviet relations in the 1967 Arab–Israeli war},
  author={Hassan Elbahtimy},
  journal={Journal of Strategic Studies},
  year={2019},
  volume={42},
  pages={113 - 91}
}
ABSTRACT This article examines Egyptian–Soviet relations in the run up to the 1967 Arab–Israeli war. It argues that Egypt and the Soviet Union stumbled into brinkmanship with little coordination and no agreement on common objectives or goals. The article demonstrates how frustration and mutual disappointment were recurring features of the interactions between the two allies during the critical weeks prior to the war. In doing so, the article exposes new aspects of how Cairo and Moscow managed… Expand
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