The Game of Nations: The Amorality of Power Politics
Nasser's Egypt by an exceptionally influential American observer with unrivalled opportunities of working close to Nasser and the leaders of Nasser's Egyptian revolution, provides a case-study for a whole new strategy of international politics. Without doubt the most informative and intimately revealed picture of the Nasser regime, its personalities and the Machiavellian game involving a small country at a vital strategic position in time and space and the great powers of the earth.
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2 THE POLITICAL ACTION EXPERIMENTS
3 THE SEARCH FOR A TRUE LEADER
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