American Encounters with Arabs: The "Soft Power" of U.S. Public Diplomacy in the Middle East

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AMERICAN ENCOUNTERS
WITH ARABS

THE [SOFT POWER] OF U.S. PUBLIC
DIPLOMACY IN THE MIDDLE EAST

William A. Rugh

PRAEGER SECURITY INTERNATIONAL
Westport, Connecticut • London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Tables ix
  • Preface xi
  • Abbreviations and Terms xv
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: Public Diplomacy Resources and Instruments 9
  • 2: Beginnings in the Arab World, 1940s–1953 25
  • 3: President Eisenhower and Usia, 1953–1961 33
  • 4: The Kennedy and Johnson Presidencies, 1961–1969> 49
  • 5: The Nixon and Ford Presidencies, 1969–1977 69
  • 6: The Carter Presidency, 1977–1981 83
  • 7: The Reagan Era, 1981-1989 95
  • 8: The Presidency of George H. W. Bush, 1989-1993 111
  • 9: The Clinton Era, 1993-2001 129
  • 10: President George W. Bush's First Two Years, 2001-2002 147
  • 11: The Bush Presidency and Iraq 165
  • 12: Democratic Reform and Other Issues 181
  • 13: Conclusion 195
  • Notes 199
  • Selected Bibliography 213
  • Index 215
  • About the Author 221
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