Divergence and Convergence of American-Soviet Interests in the Middle East: An Israeli Viewpoint
GIMEON RAFAEL analyzes the traditional American and Soviet attitudes toward the Arab-Israeli conflict. He highlights not only the disagreements of the two superpowers but also the various occasions on which they had a convergence of interests and moved quickly to settle particular disputes.
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