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Foreign Relations of the United States, 1969-1976: Volume XXV: Arab-Israeli Crisis and War, 1973
Nina Howland (ed); Craig Daigle (ed)
This vol. documents U.S. policymaking toward the Arab-Israeli conflict between Jan. and De. 1973, i.e., during the months before, during, and immediately after the Arab-Israeli war of Oc. 1973. Documentation in the volume includes memoranda; records of discussions both within the U.S. policy-making community, as well as with foreign officials; cables to and from U.S. diplomatic posts; and papers that set forth policy issues and options, and which show decisions or actions taken. This vol. covers an important period in the history of the U.S. engagement with the Arab-Israeli dispute. The Oct. 1973 War represented not only a renewed clash of Arab and Israeli forces, it ignited an energy crisis brought on by an Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries (OAPEC) oil embargo against the United States, and led to the threat of a direct superpower confrontation. The war also prompted the U.S. to undertake an unprecedented role in the pursuit of a negotiated settlement to the dispute. This is a print on demand report.
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