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The decline of the Soviet Union and the transformation of the Middle East

저자: David Howard Goldberg; Paul Marantz
출판사: London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019.
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For more than three decades, the Soviet Union was a major force in the Middle East, and superpower rivalry exacerbated many of the conflicts endemic to the region. The end of the Cold War and the collapse of the Soviet Union have fundamentally altered the rules of the game in Middle East politics, producing a new fluidity in the region, new diplomatic alignments, and new opportunities for peace. The contributors  더 읽기…
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자료 유형: 문서, 인터넷 자료
문서 유형 인터넷 자원, 컴퓨터 파일
모든 저자 / 참여자: David Howard Goldberg; Paul Marantz
ISBN: 0429309937 9780429309939 9781000243925 1000243923 9781000279863 1000279863 9781000315806 1000315800
OCLC 번호: 1105948787
설명: 1 online resource
내용: Introduction --
Soviet Foreign Policy in Transition --
Gorbachev's Middle East Policy: The Arab Dimension --
"New Political Thinking" and Soviet Policy Toward Regional Conflict in the Middle East: The Gulf Wars --
Soviet Foreign Policy Toward the United States and Israel in the Gorbachev Era: Jewish Emigration and Middle East Politics --
The Middle East in the New International Order: Gorbachev, the Russian Federation, and the Rediscovery of the United Nations --
The Internal Dimension --
C.I.S. R.I.P.? --
The New Muslim Nations of Central Asia --
External Actors --
Adjusting to a New World Order: The Palestine Liberation Organization and the Twilight of the Soviet Union --
Middle Eastern Responses to the Sea Change in Eastern Europe --
Beyond the "Terror Network": Eastern Europe and the Middle East --
The United States and the Soviet Union in the Middle East --
Conclusion: The Decline of the Soviet Union and a Transforming Middle East
책임: edited by David H. Goldberg and Paul Marantz.

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For more than three decades, the Soviet Union was a major force in the Middle East, and superpower rivalry exacerbated many of the conflicts endemic to the region. The end of the Cold War and the collapse of the Soviet Union have fundamentally altered the rules of the game in Middle East politics, producing a new fluidity in the region, new diplomatic alignments, and new opportunities for peace. The contributors place recent developments in historical and political context, analyzing changes in Soviet Middle East policy under Gorbachev as well as evaluating developments since the demise of the Soviet Union. The evolution of Moscow's policy toward the Arab states, Israel, the P.L.O., and the U.N. is given special attention. The contributors also examine the emergence of Islamic fundamentalism in the new states of Central Asia and weigh the potential implications of this development for the Middle East. In addition, they discuss security issues related to the transfer of military technology from former Soviet republics to the countries of the Middle East.

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