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Arnold Krammer • 10 Items / 3 Books, 2 Articles, 5 Reviews
The Forgotten Friendship (1974)
Israel and the Soviet Bloc, 1947-53
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Published Reviews
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    Near East (Review)
    The Forgotten Friendship, by Arnold Krammer
    1. The Forgotten Friendship by Arnold Krammer
    The American Historical Review, December 1976, p. 1188
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    International Politics, Law, and Organization (Review)
    The Forgotten Friendship, by Arnold Krammer
    1. The Forgotten Friendship by Arnold Krammer
    American Political Science Review, September 1977, p. 1304
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    Moscow and the Middle East (6 Reviews)
    Constraints and Opportunities
    1. Soviet Policy Toward the Middle East Since 1970 by Robert O. Freedman
    2. Superpowers in the Middle East by Ismet Giritli
    3. The Forgotten Friendship by Arnold Krammer
    4. Confrontation: The Middle East and World Politics by Walter Laqueur
    5. The Soviet Union and the Middle East by Ivo J. Lederer and Wayne S. Vucinich
    6. From Encroachment to Involvement by Yaacov Ro'i
    Problems of Communism, May 1976, pp. 74-78
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    Middle East and Africa (11 Reviews)
    Emerging Nationalism in Portuguese Africa, by Ronald H. Chilcote
    1. Emerging Nationalism in Portuguese Africa by Ronald H. Chilcote
    2. The Forgotten Friendship by Arnold Krammer
    3. Middle East Oil and U.S. Foreign Policy by Shoshana Klebanoff
    4. A Near East Studies Handbook, 570-1974 by Jere L. Bacharach
    5. Nigeria: Options for Long-term Development by Wouter Tims
    6. The Organization of African Unity After Ten Years by Yassin El-Ayouty
    7. Rural Politics and Social Change in the Middle East by Richard Antoun and Iliya Harik
    8. Society and Political Structure in the Arab World by Menahem Milson
    9. Survival or Hegemony? by Samuel J. Roberts
    10. A Theory of Ideology by John R. Nellis
    11. The United Nations and Rhodesia by Ralph Zacklin
    Orbis, Spring 1975, pp. 287-288
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    Book Reviews (13 Reviews)
    On the Middle East
    1. Decisions in Israel's Foreign Policy by Michael Brecher
    2. The Arms Trade With the Third World
    3. Energy and World Politics by Mason Willrich
    4. The Elusive Peace in the Middle East by Malcolm H. Kerr
    5. The Arab-Israeli Conflict by John Norton Moore
    6. Iran's Foreign Policy, 1941-1973 by Rouhollah K. Ramazani
    7. The Foreign Relations of Iran by Shahram Chubin and Sepehr Zabih
    8. Political Elites and Political Development in the Middle East by Frank Tachau
    9. The Canal War by Lawrence L. Whetten
    10. The Modern History of Israel by Noah Lucas
    11. Egypt: The Praetorian State by Amos Perlmutter
    12. The Forgotten Friendship by Arnold Krammer
    13. The Pulse of Freedom by Alan Reitman
    Current History, January 1976, pp. 30-31
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    Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
    1. Liberals in the Russian Revolution by William G. Rosenberg
    2. White Against Red by Dimitry V. Lehovich
    3. Herbert Hoover and Famine Relief to Soviet Russia, 1921-1923 by Benjamin M. Weissman
    4. The Rings of Destiny by Aino Kuusinen
    5. Samizdat by George Saunders
    6. The Soviet Impact on World Politics by Kurt London
    7. The Soviet Energy Balance by Iain F. Elliot
    8. The Forgotten Friendship by Arnold Krammer
    9. The Politics of Modernization in Eastern Europe by Charles Gati
    10. East European Perspectives on European Security and Cooperation by Robert R. King and Robert W. Dean
    11. Foreign Trade Prices in the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance by Edward A. Hewett
    12. German Politics Under Soviet Occupation by Henry Krisch
    13. Polish Politics in Transition by Edward D. Wynot, Jr.
    14. Seven Days of Freedom by Noel Barber
    Foreign Affairs, January 1975, pp. 390-391