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Cambridge Archive Editions Turkey and her Arab Neighbours 1953-1958: A Study in the Origins and Failure of the Baghdad Pact

by A. Sanjian

Cambridge Archive Editions Turkey and her Arab Neighbours 1953-1958: A Study in the Origins and Failure of the Baghdad Pact Synopsis

This study focuses on an important period in Turkish-Arab relations and uses a variety of source material in five different languages. It studies Turkey's relations with her Arab neighbours, Syria and Iraq, and, to a lesser extent, with the other Arab states of the Middle East, in particular Egypt, Lebanon and Jordan, during the period of the formulation and the eventual collapse of the Baghdad Pact. It also touches upon Turkey's changing attitude towards Israel and the Palestine question, as well as the changes in the official Turkish evaluation of the policies of the charismatic Egyptian leader, Gamal 'Abd al-Nasir. This volume contains a wealth of references, providing a sound background to the international relations between the Arab States.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781852078416
Publication date: 31st August 1998
Author: A. Sanjian
Publisher: Cambridge Archive Editions an imprint of Cambridge University Press
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 250 pages
Categories: International relations,

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