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Ending Empire in the Middle East


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1. Allies of a Kind, 1945-55 2. Suez Schism, 1956 3. Power Transferred? 1956-60 4. Conflict and Co-operation, 1961-71 5. To Intervene or not to Intervene: The Arab-Israeli dispute, 1967-73

About the Author

Simon C. Smith is Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Hull. His books include Britain's Revival and Fall in the Gulf: Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, and the Trucial States, 1950-1971 (also published by Routledge).


"Simon (international history, Univ. of Hull) analyzes the Anglo-American special relationship as it relates to Middle East policy by both nations, and concludes that the allies often relied on assumptions that created difficulties between them. [...]Simon encourages readers to reassess the Anglo-American special relationship, challenging the presumption of clear communication and coordinated policy. Summing Up: Highly recommended." Choice

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