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    The Economic Potential of the Arab Countries

    Projects and compares the domestic economic development of seven Arab countries to 1985 on alternative assumptions of 2 and 5 percent increases in oil export revenues.

    Jan 1, 1978

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    Moscow's Rift with Sadat: Implications for Soviet Middle East Policy.

    Soviet posture in the Middle East since the Yom Kippur War has been low-keyed in the face of sharp reverses. If the USSR hopes to profit from the anti-Western transformation it has promoted, it must bank on a renewal of Soviet patronage in Egyptian ...

    Jan 1, 1976

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    Moscow's New Time of Troubles in the Middle East: Soviet Options for Staying in the Game.

    Outlines the development of Soviet Middle East policy and discusses Soviet priorities in the region. Soviet posture since the Yom Kippur War has been low-keyed in the face of sharp reverses. Some options available: (1) precipitating a formal break...

    Jan 1, 1975

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    Some Predicted Climatic Effects of a Simulated Sahara Lake.

    Some Predicted Climatic Effects of a Simulated Sahara Lake.

    Jan 1, 1974

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    Top Management in Egypt : Its Structure, Quality, and Problems.

    Under "Arab Socialism," Egyptian enterprises are run by all-employee boards of directors, five appointed from top management by the President of the Republic, with the chief executive as chairman, and four elected by the labor force. The former are ...

    Jan 1, 1970

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    Algeria : The Revolution Turns Inward.

    An article for [Mid East: A Middle East-North African Review], August 1970. Algeria has had some political stability for over five years. A December 1967 attempt to overthrow Boumedienne resulted in removal of the former guerrilla leaders from off...

    Jan 1, 1970

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    Berbers in the Algerian Political Elite.

    Despite the existence of a sizable Berber minority, Algeria has avoided the severe conflicts in ethnic particularism that often mar political life in newly independent countries. Among reasons cited for the absence of a strong separatist orientation...

    Jan 1, 1970

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    Economic Development in Egypt.

    An examination of the growth potential of the Egyptian economy. Within the context of present political uncertainties in the Middle East, this study investigates the problem of whether Egypt will be able to return to a path of sustained growth, what ...

    Jan 1, 1969

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    The Maghrib and the Middle East.

    This study explores the relationship between Tunisia, Morocco, and Algeria, and the Middle East. A geographically compact and culturally unified area, the Maghrib (North Africa) has had familial but uneasy relations with the Middle East. Its strong...

    Jan 1, 1969

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    Regional Arab Politics and the Conflict with Israel.

    An analysis of aspects of the relations among the Arab states that have inhibited them from following more effective policies toward Israel. In spite of the arguments in favor of pan-Arabism offered by Arab political and intellectual leaders, the pr...

    Jan 1, 1969

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    The United Arab Republic : The Domestic Political and Economic Background of Foreign Policy.

    A discussion of the foreign policy of the United Arab Republic (UAR) in terms of its domestic political situation and conceptions of international alignments. In large measure, Egyptian foreign policy in the last two decades has not been the special...

    Jan 1, 1969

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    The French Campaign Against the FLN

    This Memorandum provides an account of the French military offensive against the National Liberation Front (FLN) and of the author's perspective on events in Algeria.

    Sep 1, 1967

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    Crisis and Catharsis in the Middle East, 1965 : A Chapter of German Foreign Policy.

    An analysis of the events surrounding the crisis in diplomatic relations between the Federal Republic of Germany and the governments of Israel and Egypt in 1965. The crisis, provoked primarily by West German arms shipments to Israel and by Nasser's ...

    Jan 1, 1967

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    Military Aspects of International Relations in the Developing Areas

    An examination of the relationship between armaments and international politics in the developing countries of six regions: Near East, South Asia, Southeast Asia, North Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Latin America.

    Jan 1, 1966

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    A Simple Heat Engine of Possible Utility in Primitive Environments

    This study recommends that the possibilities of a "drinking bird" heat engine be investigated to see if it can be further developed into a useful machine to solve the Egyptian low-water-lift problem or to perform other low-power-requirement tasks...

    Jan 1, 1966

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    The rise and fall of Afro-Asian solidarity

    A discussion of the difficulties between the emerging countries of Africa and Asia, leading to the cancellation of the Second Afro-Asian Conference. It explains the roles of Communist China, Indonesia, Egypt, and Algeria in furthering the breakdown o...

    Jan 1, 1965

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    Insurgency and Counterinsurgency in Algeria

    A study of insurgency and counterinsurgency with special attention to the Algerian rebellion as it was viewed from high quarters in the French government.

    Jan 1, 1964

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    The Politics of Social Change in the Middle East and North Africa

    An attempt to analyze the cause and character of a profound revolution taking place from Morocco to Pakistan. Examines the forces, groups, ideas, and institutions now in motion.

    Jan 1, 1963

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