TITLE

Courtship of the Arabs

AUTHOR(S)
Laqueur, Walter Z.
PUB. DATE
June 1956
SOURCE
New Republic;6/11/56, Vol. 134 Issue 24, p44
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the policy of the Soviet Union towards the Middle East after the death of former Russian leader Joseph Stalin. Views the Russian policy under leadership of Stalin has been dogmatic; Realization of the Soviet politicians that the Middle East offer better chances for Soviets rather than other Asian regions; Political and economic exchange between the Soviet Union and the Arabs specially modern arms; Effect of the Soviet policy on the peace efforts of the Western countries in the region; Setback for the Arab governments for unqualified support from Russia due to change in attitude of the Soviets; Reaction of the Western forces to the anti-Israeli policy of the Soviets.
ACCESSION #
14434105

 

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