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by Peter L. Hahn

eBook Historical Dictionary of United States-Middle East Relations (Historical Dictionaries of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations) ePub
Author: Peter L. Hahn
Language: English
ISBN: 0810855496
ISBN13: 978-0810855496
Publisher: Scarecrow Press (February 6, 2007)
Pages: 248
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.2
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foreign relations in the Middle East has remained crucial through many decades and the complications facing the United States in the Middle East have become even more acute. While the United States downgraded its military operations in Iraq, that country failed to achieve a stable, democratic footing and instead experienced schism and civil strife.

Until 1944, US relations with the Middle East consisted largely of sending evangelists .

Until 1944, US relations with the Middle East consisted largely of sending evangelists and getting oi. Peter L. Hahn is professor of history at Ohio State University and executive director of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations. He is author of four books and many articles on the history of . diplomacy in the Middle East.

Historical Dictionaries of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations.

The dictionary section has over 300 cross-referenced entries on national leaders, non-governmental organizations, policy initiatives, and armed conflicts, as well as entries on such topics as intelligence, immigration, and weapons of mass destruction. Historical Dictionaries of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations.

The current state of affairs between the United States and the Middle East . For scholars, historians, and students interested in the diplomacy of these two regions, this is an essential reference.

The current state of affairs between the United States and the Middle East is probably the most volatile and absorbing relationship the . is involved in today. Prior to 1941, however, the . preferred to limit its involvement with the Middle East to launching ministries of evangelism and social welfare across the region and investing in the pumping, refining, and transportation of oil to Western markets. This volume concentrates on the history of diplomatic relations between the . and the Middle East from the onset of the Cold War up to the present.

Until 1944, US relations with the Middle East consisted largely of sending evangelists and getting oil. In the remainder of that century to the present, however, the relationship has obviously become increasingly complex both politically and economically, and even those who have. In the remainder of that century to the present, however, the relationship has obviously become increasingly complex both politically and economically, and even those who have watched events closely may have trouble remembering exactly what the hundreds of diplomats, politicians, and leaders of insurgent movements did. Hahn (history, Ohio State . notes that as the situation continues to deteriorate the need to be accurately informed escalates, and he supplies a concise chronology, hundreds.

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Historical Dictionaries series. Diplomacy and Foreign Relations. Discovery and Exploration. The first books in the Historical Dictionary series were Latin American country volumes published in 1967. African and Asian countries followed in the 1970s, and lastly, European and Oceanic countries. Later the series expanded into areas such as culture, religion, and political philosophy  .

The current state of affairs between the United States and the Middle East is probably the most volatile and absorbing relationship the U.S. is involved in today. Prior to 1941, however, the U.S. preferred to limit its involvement with the Middle East to launching ministries of evangelism and social welfare across the region and investing in the pumping, refining, and transportation of oil to Western markets. It was not until World War II and the Cold War, when the threat of losing control of the region and therefore losing its natural resources, military bases, and lines of communication arose, that U.S. officials were motivated to take a greater interest. Since then, the increasing level of violence in the area has led to an increase in U.S. involvement, which―in most cases―has been far from positive: the Iran hostage crisis of 1979-1981, the Persian Gulf War of 1990-1991, and the U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq in 2003.The Historical Dictionary of United States-Middle East Relations is an essential tool to understanding how diplomatic relations deteriorated to this point. This volume concentrates on the history of diplomatic relations between the U.S. and the Middle East from the onset of the Cold War up to the present. This is accomplished through a chronology, an introduction, a bibliography, an appendix, and hundreds of cross-referenced dictionary entries on the countries involved, significant events, major crises, important figures, controversial issues, and doctrines and policies. For scholars, historians, and students interested in the diplomacy of these two regions, this is an essential reference.
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