The Soviet Union and Egypt, 1945-1955

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Psychology Press, 1993 - History - 268 pages
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A study of Soviet policy towards the Middle East at the end of Stalin's period and thereafter. This book utilizes material declassified towards the end of the 20th-century as well as primary evidence.
 

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Contents

Soviet doctrine concerning the Arab world
3
The Egyptian Communist movement and its role
22
The relationship between Communism and Islam
53
The beginning of the Soviet involvement
67
The Soviet response to Western attempts to form
94
SovietEgyptian relations under Nasir 195255
156
Egyptian arms deals with the Soviet Bloc and their
205
SovietEgyptian economic relations under
229
Conclusion
239
Index of Subjects
261
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