Overview: Pipe Dreams and Nightmares Part I: The Deal of the Century Genesis of the Pipeline The Contracts Strategic Issues Part II: An Alliance Divided Seeds of Discord: Western Trade Policies Since 1945 The Pipeline Embargo A Legal Mess The Aftermath The Great Debate Conclusions: A Crisis in Context Bibliography Index
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