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Israel and the western powers, 1952-1960

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University of North Carolina Press , Chapel Hill
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StatementZach Levey.
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LC ClassificationsDS119.6 .L49 1997
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 203 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL666678M
ISBN 100807823686
LC Control Number97012363

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Sachar, renowned author of thirteen earlier books on Middle Eastern and Jewish history, brings to life the complex and dramatic story of the friendships and fallings-out between Israel and the various European powers over the last half-century.

Zach Levey is chair of the Division of International Relations in the School of Political Science at the University of Haifa.

He is author of Israel and the Western Powers: and Israel in Africa: Professor Levey has been visiting faculty at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) and University of Colorado (Boulder). US Foreign Assistance, Israeli Resource Allocation and the Arms Race in the Middle East: An Analysis of Three Interdependent Resource Allocation Processes.

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Dr Zach Levey is senior lecturer in International Relations at the University of Haifa. He is the author of Israel and the Western Powers, – Professor Elie Podeh is Head of the Islamic and Middle East Department at the Hebrew University, and the author of The Decline of Arab Unity: The Rise and Fall of the United Arab Republic.

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In Israel maintained only seven embassies, six in Europe and North America. Yet by Israel had 22 embassies in Africa, creating ties that for another decade withstood Arab influence, the impact of the Cold War and heightened African nationalism. At its zenith Israel conducted relations with 33 Black African states.

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Levey’s use of the phrase “sad story” is from Mordechai Gazit in See also Steven L. Spiegel, The Other Arab-Israeli Conflict: Making America’s Middle East Policy, from.Abraham Ben-Zvi, John F. Kennedy and the politics of arms sales to Israel, Routledge, p 'West Bank town of Kalkilya' in October Zach Levey,Israel and the western powers,UNC Press, p Context the overthrow of Nuri Said in Iraq in July led to planning for an operation requiring Israel clearance.