Arab Public Opinion and the Gulf War
Shibley Telhami argues that on issues of foreign policy, Arab public opinion has a discernible impact on the policies of Arab states. He shows that upheavals in the Middle East following the Gulf War were contained, partly because Saddam Hussein failed to deliver what he promised and partly due to the fact that the allies took seriously the predictions of public upheaval.
Evaluating Bargaining Performance: The Case of Camp David, Shibley Telhami
Man of Defiance: A Political Biography of Anwar Sadat, Raphael Israeli Reviewed by Shibley Telhami
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American Political Institutions after Watergate--A Discussion
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