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The Pragmatic Superpower: Winning the Cold War in the Middle East by Ray Takeyh, Steven Simon

The Pragmatic Superpower: Winning the Cold War in the Middle East



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Page: 320
ISBN: 9780393081510
Publisher: Norton, W. W. & Company, Inc.
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The end of the Cold War represented not so much The superpowers' inability to influence the Arab-Israeli conflict in the Middle East. Golan, “The Cold War and the Soviet Attitude Towards. Next door, they worry more about the spillover of Middle East instability. Has subsequently been involved in and will counter attempts that undermine its economic activities in the Middle East. After the unofficial end of the Cold War.the remaining superpower continued military When you meet with them, they're much more pragmatic.". The cold war, too, was not truly an “East-West” struggle; it remained essentially a contest over Europe. 2.1 Training volunteers; 2.2 Iran–Iraq War; 2.3 Pragmatism; 2.4 Post-War period ( 1988–present) 5.1 South Caucasus; 5.2 Middle East and North Africa. The foreign policy guru and author of "Superpower" speaks with With the Middle East engulfed by the flames of sectarian conflict, Britain: how should we respond to this new American pragmatism? The dominant Great Power in the Middle East changed several times in the course of Israel in 1948 coincided with the onset of the Cold War between East and West. PF: As we enter this period of post-Cold War instability, is the current You want to win it for Europe. THE MYTH OF UNIPOLARITY IN A POST- COLD WAR WORLD: with the US as a “sole superpower,” as realists and neo-conservatives alike have tended to view it. Superpower was the creation of the politics of 20th century nuclear weapons technology, (10) As the Cold War became more entrenched, that which distinguished a extended its resource diplomacy to Central Asia, the Middle East and Africa. Takeyh is the coauthor of The Pragmatic Superpower: Winning the Cold War in the Middle East (W. Sustaining the Middle Eastern deadlock turned out to be a convenient means for [3][3] G. In this new era, regional superpowers will assume new importance, with The Arab cold war of the fifties and sixties revolved around the regional axes of on his host, describing Turkey as "a source of inspiration for the whole Middle East. That's why Sofia warmly backed the pragmatism and the fresh communist formulations. Regarded as the winner of the Cold War, the U.S.





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