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In this volume of the America in Crisis series, Professor H. W. Brands provides a comprehensive and balanced overview of American policy in the Middle East since 1945. Defining the region broadly, he covers both familiar topics such as the dangerous Suez crisis of 1956, the embarrassing Iranian hostage episode, and the triumphant Gulf War, as well as less well-known incide In this volume of the America in Crisis series, Professor H. W. Brands provides a comprehensive and balanced overview of American policy in the Middle East since 1945. Defining the region broadly, he covers both familiar topics such as the dangerous Suez crisis of 1956, the embarrassing Iranian hostage episode, and the triumphant Gulf War, as well as less well-known incidents like the Cyprus crisis and the civil war in Yemen in the 1960s... In describing the last half-century of American experience in the Middle East, Professor Brands offers insight and perspective on the issues the United States still faces in this troubled area.


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In this volume of the America in Crisis series, Professor H. W. Brands provides a comprehensive and balanced overview of American policy in the Middle East since 1945. Defining the region broadly, he covers both familiar topics such as the dangerous Suez crisis of 1956, the embarrassing Iranian hostage episode, and the triumphant Gulf War, as well as less well-known incide In this volume of the America in Crisis series, Professor H. W. Brands provides a comprehensive and balanced overview of American policy in the Middle East since 1945. Defining the region broadly, he covers both familiar topics such as the dangerous Suez crisis of 1956, the embarrassing Iranian hostage episode, and the triumphant Gulf War, as well as less well-known incidents like the Cyprus crisis and the civil war in Yemen in the 1960s... In describing the last half-century of American experience in the Middle East, Professor Brands offers insight and perspective on the issues the United States still faces in this troubled area.

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