Soviet Policy and the Arab-Israeli Conflict: Actions, Patterns, and Interpretations
Richard Herrmann discusses the difficulties of interpreting Soviet policy in the Arab-Israeli conflict. He looks at past behavior and compares Soviet approaches with those of the United States and several Arab countries. After reviewing American policy of trying to exclude the Soviet Union from settlement talks, Herrmann argues that American policy should more actively test Soviet intentions.
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