By John W. Amos
This publication is made from seven chapters and opens with an summary of the October warfare; these Arab states truly considering the battle, in particular Egypt and Syria; and people Arab states having geographical entry to both the Mediterranean or Indian Oceans, together with the oil-producing states. the broader political and armed forces implications of the struggle are mentioned, with particular connection with large strength pursuits. the subsequent chapters talk about the perceptual context of Arab politics; the wars of 1967 and 1973 and the impression of Arab clash imagery on an inherently escalatory scenario; the implications and classes of the June 1967 warfare, or Six-Day battle; and Arab coalition politics among 1970 and 1973. the ultimate chapters concentrate on the mixed Egyptian-Syrian conflict plan, code-named Operation Badr, and the old and political implications of the 1973 battle.
This monograph can be of curiosity to diplomats, policymakers, and executive officers serious about the politics of struggle and in diplomacy extra generally.
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Arab-Israeli Military/Political Relations: Arab Perceptions and the Politics of Escalation (Pergamon Policy Studies) by John W. Amos