The Electoral Cycle and the Conduct of Foreign Policy
William B. Quandt analyzes the impact of the electoral cycle on the president's ability to manage foreign policy, finding distinctive problems associated with each year of the normal four-year presidential term.
Thicker than Oil: America’s Uneasy Partnership with Saudi Arabia, Rachel Bronson Reviewed by William B. Quandt
The Brink of Peace: The Israeli-Syrian Negotiations, Itamar Rabinovitch Reviewed by William B. Quandt
Majestic Failure: The Fall of the Shah, Marvin Zonis Reviewed by William B. Quandt
Culture and Conflict in Egyptian-Israeli Relations: A Dialogue of the Deaf, Raymond Cohen Reviewed by William B. Quandt
Between Lausanne and Geneva: International Conferences and the Arab-Israeli Conflict, Abraham Ben-Zvi Reviewed by William B. Quandtmore by this author
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Voting and the Electorate
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PRESIDENTIAL SELECTION AND DEMOCRACY
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