The International Politics of the Middle East

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Index
Abdullah, Crown Prince (Saudi) 129
Abdullah I, King (of Jordan) 156—7
Afghanistan 183, 195, 234, 236
Alawis 56, 102—5, 128, 138
Albright, Madeline 233
Arab Cold War 80, 162
Arab collective security 23, 64, 161, 201, 223
Arab—Israeli conflict 155—9, 222, 227, 238; see also wars
Arab League 158, 160, 176, 222
Arab nationalism 19—30, 58—69, 135—7, 149, 200—9
and outbidding 65—6, 169, 171, 176; see also Pan-Arabism
Arab summits 66, 176—9, 222, 228, 237
Arab Triangle 173—5, 177, 181
Arab world 19, 58—62, 158, 200—1
armaments
expenditure 182; races/build-ups 83—4, 129, 203; transfers 24, 29, 33, 42—3, 168, 175, 186, 232
Asad, Hafiz al- 104, 118—210, 126, 128, 130, 133—5, 138—41, 174, 182, 186
Ataturk, Mustafa Kamal 18, 105, 142
authoritarian republics 73, 79—80, 108, 142, 152
Azm, Sadiq al- 15
Baghdad Pact 22—4, 64, 80, 144, 161
balance of power (also balancing, power imbalances) 2, 3, 10—11, 23, 31, 64, 86, 151, 155, 160, 163, 181, 188, 200, 202—3, 212, 213, 222—3, 226—7, 232
Arab—Israeli 33, 171, 179, 183, 185, 220, 238
Balfour Declaration 155
bandwagoning 4, 34, 132, 151
Barak, Ehud 227—9
Barnett, Michael 62—5, 226, 238
Ba'th party 103—4, 125—6, 128, 130, 138, 167, 177, 198, 207
Bazargan, Mehdi 193
Begin, Menachem 113, 118, 166, 169, 178, 183—4, 187
Ben Gurion, David 158, 165—6, 184
Bin Laden, Osama 236
bourgeoisie 83, 86, 96—9, 177, 189, 207, 231
comprador 97; infitah11, 98, 140, 207; national 97; state 82—3, 86
Bromley, Simon 41

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