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Author: Eugene V. Rostow
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Publisher: National Committee for American Foreign Policy (July 1977)
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Middle East: Critical Choices for the U.S.A. (Westview special studies in the Middle East) by Eugene V. Rostow



That symposium identified the Middle East as a potential major litmus test of detente. Consequently, the committee's second symposium, held in New York City in January 1976, explored the subject: The Middle East -Critical Choices for America. Foreign Policy 185. 16- The Secretary of State, the Soviet Union and the Western Alliance 193. 17- New Directions for United States Middle East Policy 203. {{text}}. Questia is operated by Cengage Learning.

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She describes how the process of development of the secular state in the Middle East was interrupted at an early stage by oppressive Western colonialism. This eventually led to a Muslim rejection of national secularism and all things Western and to the reassertion of Islam as the sole source of political legitimacy.

American duplicity in the Middle East was born: While opposing Soviet influence in Iran, Truman solidified America’s relationship with Mohammed Reza Shah Pahlavi, the Shah of Iran, and brought Turkey into the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), making it clear to the Soviet Union that the Middle East would be a Cold War hot zone. Besides mediating the 1994 peace treaty between Israel and Jordan, Bill Clinton’s involvement in the Middle East was bracketed by the short-lived success of the Oslo Accord in August 1993 and the collapse of the Camp David summit in December 2000. The accord ended the first intifada, established Palestinians’ right to self-determination in Gaza and the West Bank, and established the Palestinian Authority.

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