The United States and the Middle East: A Search for New Perspectives

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INDEX
Afghanistan: and alternatives to reflagging Kuwaiti tankers, 241; and the Carter administration, 46, 72, 139; and definition of Middle East, 334; and Iran, 49; Islam in, 55; and the media, 301; settlement of problems in, 114; Soviet invasion of, 12, 45-46, 49, 72, 75, 139, 213, 217, 407, 418; and Soviet planning, 313; and Soviet‐ U.S. relations, 54-55; and the U.N., 75
Agriculture Department, U.S., 257
Ahmad, Eqbal, 194
Algeria, 59, 93, 279, 373, 419
Alliances: and containment, 90, 274; and Middle East policy, 420; and oil, 274; and the Palestinian question, 125, 130-31, 132, 133, 134, 143; and the Persian Gulf crisis, 252, 274, 365. See also Military alliances; specific country
Allison, Graham, 311
Allon, Yigal, 106
American-Israeli Public Affairs Committee, 371
American Jewish Congress, 302
American Research Center ( Egypt), 319
Amini, Ali, 162
Anglocentricism, 323-24
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, 38, 67
Anti-Americanism: and the Cold War, 65, 74; and Iran, 48-49, 151, 152-61; and Islam, 51; misinformation about, 339; and nationalism, 38; and oil, 74; and the Persian Gulf crisis, 65-66, 279-80, 281, 380; and U.S. presence in the Gulf, 65-66, 24142, 279-80, 281. See also specific nation
Anti-Semitism, 296, 302
Anti-Westernism, 83, 384
Arab Gulf states: and arms sales, 223-24; and the Iraq-Iran war, 224, 225-26; and the new world order, 368, 373; and oil, 368, 369; and the Persian Gulf crisis, 365; security of the, 365; U.S. bases in, 388; and U.S. presence in the Gulf, 275-76. See also Arab states; Gulf Cooperation Council; specific state
Arab-Israeli conflict: and the anti‐ Israeli stance of U.S., 364, 365; and Arab nationalism, 55, 56, 57; and authoritarian regimes, 374; and the Cold War, 96; and containment, 8-9; and diplomacy, 117, 120; and the EC, 107, 118; and economic issues, 118; formulas for resolution of, 56-57; and the GCC, 242; and a Geneva peace conference, 104-5, 107; and international conferences, 57; and Iran (Islamic Republic of), 186, 187, 195, 198; and Islam, 55; and Israeli alliances, 186, 187, 195, 198; and the Madrid conference, 114, 117, 120, 121; and Middle East studies, 331, 334; and military alliances, 96, 97; and misinformation/stereotypes, 339,

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