By Salim Yaqub
Employing a variety of lately declassified Egyptian, British, and American archival resources, Yaqub bargains a dynamic and finished account of Eisenhower's efforts to counter Nasserism's attraction in the course of the Arab center East. difficult interpretations of U.S.-Arab relatives that emphasize cultural antipathies and clashing values, Yaqub in its place argues that the political dispute among the U.S. and the Nasserist move happened inside a shared ethical framework--a development that maintains to represent U.S.-Arab controversies today.
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Containing Arab Nationalism: The Eisenhower Doctrine and the Middle East (The New Cold War History) by Salim Yaqub