Envisioning the Arab Future: Modernization in U.S.-Arab Relations, 1945–1967

  title={Envisioning the Arab Future: Modernization in U.S.-Arab Relations, 1945–1967},
  author={A. Kalinovsky},
  journal={Journal of Cold War Studies},
  • A. Kalinovsky
  • Published 2019
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Cold War Studies
“many of the region’s” problems predated the Cold War and in many cases survived it” (p. xix). The Balkan region remains notoriously averse to cooperation and still comes across as surprisingly quarrelsome, given that all of its countries are at this point either members of the European Union or striving to get there. However, in that process the burden of this region’s past is manifesting in ways that are difficult to understand outside historical perspective. With Slovenia and Croatia… Expand
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