Soviet-Egyptian relations 1945-85 by Mohrez Mahmoud El Hussini

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StatementMohrez Mahmoud El Hussini ; foreword by Field Marshal Mohamed Abd Halim Abou Gazala ; preface by Admiral Ali Gad.
LC ClassificationsDK69.4.E3, DK69.4E3 E44 1987
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Paginationxix, 276 p.
Number of Pages276
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Open LibraryOL20039216M
ISBN 100333383575

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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number:   Soviet-Egyptian Relations, By Mohrez Mahmoud El Hussini The special vantage point of the author, an Egyptian naval officer and naval historian with access to the records of Soviet-Egyptian negotiations and to many involved individuals, makes this a particularly valuable book.

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Soviet-Egyptian Relations, Mohrez Mahmoud El Hussini Commodore of the Egyptian Navy and Head of the Department of Naval History, Egypt Foreword by Field-Marshal Mohamed Abd Halim Abou Gazala Egyptian Minister of Defence Preface by Admiral Ali.

Cite this chapter as: Hussini M.M.E. () Soviet—Egyptian Relations in Khruschev’s Era. In: Soviet-Egyptian Relations, – Palgrave Macmillan, London.

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She taught at Miami University in Oxford from until her retirement in September She wrote or co-wrote several books including Soviet Foreign Policy Towards Egypt; Eastern Europe, Gorbachev, and Reform: The Great Challenge; and Putin's Kleptocracy: Who Owns Russia.

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The Soviet-Egyptian relationship after the June War of was a new one for both countries, and its consequences were of global importance. Drawing on all available Soviet and Arab materials, Alvin Rubinstein develops the concept of influence as an analytical tool and explores in comprehensive fashion the diplomatic, military, political, and economic aspects of the influence relationship.

CHAPTER 1. TRANSFIGURATION. THE Middle East war of June was a watershed in Soviet-Egyptian relations. In the ensuing months, Moscow assumed commitments far greater than any it had previously undertaken in quest of imperial objectives in the Third World: the arms deal of September and the building of the Aswan High Dam in the s were by comparison low-risk, uncomplicated.

In his book Soviet Egyptian Relations,Mohrez M. El-Hussini examines the forces which ruled Soviet-Egyptian relations. He maintains that the "narrative begins in Septemberwhen Egypt recognized the USSR, in the hope of Soviet support for Egypt's national aspirations, and in the desire to adopt a neutralist policy.".

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The more Soviet-Egyptian relations deteriorated, the less forthcoming the USSR was with arms shipments. 43 While the Egyptian military loathed its Soviet patron, Sadat's decision to turn away from Egypt's main weapons supplier was viewed with alarm and could have caused serious rifts in civil-military relations.

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The central element in this “Egyptian deception plan” was the exploitation of the spurious issue of Soviet arms supply to Egypt and a deliberate falsification of the true state of Soviet-Egyptian relations.

Al-Tawila’s account is worth quoting at length. Tupolev long-range bombers manned by mixed Soviet-Egyptian crews. Out of their base in Cairo West, they ºew bombing missions over royalist tar-gets in northern Yemen and, on occasion, across the border into Saudi terri-tory.1 6 Ferris 1.

The story of this little-known episode in Soviet-Egyptian military relations is told in part in the fol. The first part of this book is a balanced but quite condensed narrative of the course of Soviet-Egyptian relations sinceadding little if anything to the previous studies by Laqueur, Smolansky, Carrère d'Encausse, Freedman, Rubinstein, and others.

The second part, an exploration of Soviet policymaking for the Middle East, is a worthy effort, searching for good evidence, stating some. Nasser's Gamble draws on declassified documents from six countries and original material in Arabic, German, Hebrew, and Russian to present a new understanding of Egypt's disastrous five-year intervention in Yemen, which Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser later referred to as "my Vietnam." Jesse Ferris argues that Nasser's attempt to export the Egyptian revolution to Yemen played a.

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The unending presence of pagan Gnosticism and revolutionary subversion has kept Egyptian culture trapped in a lack of motivation to grow, develop, and build a truly. The Suez Crisis, or the Second Arab–Israeli war, also called the tripartite aggression (Arabic: العدوان الثلاثي ‎) in the Arab world and Sinai War in Israel, was an invasion of Egypt in late by Israel, followed by the United Kingdom and aims were to regain Western control of the Suez Canal and to remove Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser, who had just.

Studies dealing with Soviet-Egyptian relations or with Soviet policy toward the Middle East tend to allude only briefly to the establishment of diplomatic relations between Cairo and Moscow in   The article was the first open criticism of the Government of President Anwar el‐Sadat since Soviet‐Egyptian relations began’ to pool after the Arab‐Israeli war last October.

Chapter TWO - The Soviet-Egyptian Intervention in Yemen 70 The Nature of Soviet Relations with Egypt and Yemen 71 The Egyptian Appeal and the Soviet Response 75 Explaining Soviet Behavior 88 Forms of Early Soviet Involvement 94 Chapter THREE - Food for "Peace": The Breakdown of US-Egyptian Relations, –65 Recognition Disengagement Price: $   In the controlled Soviet press, the focus seemed to shift markedly from events in Egypt to the Soviet Union's relations with Iraq, with which the Russians have a 15‐year friendship pact similar.

Book Review of "Chile: Anatomy of a Conspiracy" [G.A. Dikovskaya; Moscow LATINSKAYA AMERIKA, Feb 88] 34 Soviet-UN Sponsored Conference on Latin American Economic Integration [LATINSKAYA AMERIKA, No 2, Feb 88] 35 Selected Articles from LATINSKAYA AMERIKA No 4, April 35 Table of Contents [Moscow LATINSKAYA AMERIKA, No 4, Apr 88] detail the many aspects of the Soviet-Egyptian friendship as it developed from to The relationship between the two is extremely important because it provides insight into the roles of both Egypt aand the Soviet Union in both the history of the Middle East and in world politics.

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As Soviet-Egyptian relations went from enmity to close cooperation, Soviet-Syrian relations deteriorated when Gorbachev refused to give Syria the weapons it needed for military parity with Israel. This essay will examine the evolution of Russian-Israeli relations from the collapse of the Soviet Union in late December until the Israeli.Mona Khalil, director of an Egyptian-Russian cultural business, tells Ahram Online the field is open for bilateral cooperation, especially in the field of culture, which is the best way to draw.Structure of the Book CHAPTER ONE - The Road to War 24 The Coup in Yemen 29 The Struggle for Power in Egypt 37 The Accidental Intervention?

49 The Denouement of the Crisis in Cairo Chapter TWO - The Soviet-Egyptian Intervention in Yemen 70 The Nature of Soviet Relations with Egypt and Yemen 71 The Egyptian Appeal and the Soviet Response

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