Egypt and the Soviet Union, 1955-1972
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Egypt and the Soviet Union, 1955-1972 a study in the power of the small state by Ali M. Yahya

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Published by Harbinger Distributors in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


  • World politics -- 1945-1989,
  • Egypt -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union,
  • Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- Egypt,
  • Egypt -- Foreign relations -- 1952-

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Edition Notes

StatementAli M. Yahya
The Physical Object
Pagination201 p. ;
Number of Pages201
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22813864M
LC Control Number90-80647

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Republic (Egypt) and the Soviet Union tightly together. Economic interaction increased to such an extent that the total commerce between the two nations was multiplied by a factor of more than twenty between and Soviet imports from Egypt increased by Author: John W. Copp. The relationship between the two is extremely important because it provides insight into the roles of both Egypt and the Soviet Union in both the history of the Middle East and in world politics. The period from to is key in understanding the relationship between the two states because it is the period of the genesis of the relationship and a period in which both nations went through marked changes in Author: John W. Copp. The decision by Egyptian President Anwar al-Sadat to remove the Soviet military presence from his country during the summer of has often been viewed as the first step on the road to the. Freedman, Robert O. Freedman, "Soviet Policy Toward Sadat'S Egypt: From the Death of Nasser to the Fall of General Sadek," Naval War College Review 26#3 (), pp. online Laqueur, Walter Z. The Struggle for the Middle East: The Soviet Union and the Middle East, –

  CAIRO: President Anwar el‐Sadat's expulsion Russian military advisers from Egypt is probably the most severe defeat the Soviet Union has suf fered since it . Rimon 20 (Hebrew: רימון 20 ‎, Pomegranate 20) was the code name of an aerial battle in which pitted the Israeli Air Force directly against Soviet fighter pilots stationed in Egypt during the War of chose its most skilled fighter pilots to participate in the dogfight in order to send the message that it would no longer tolerate direct Soviet military involvement in. If you enjoy military history, you should definitely get this book. The Soviet Union was one of the pre-eminent military powers of the 20th century, and this compendium of essays by military scholars explains how a rag-tag would-be world power that collapsed in disarray during World War I, first fought a complex civil war for five years, then built a military force capable of defeating the Reviews: 5. Books set in the Former Soviet Union Interested in how people lived in the USSR? Want to get beyond the stereotypes of queues, shortages and Siberian labour camps and read about the human side of the Soviet experience? These books show us the real story about love, work, holidays, food, childhood, family relationships, and countless other human.

  Like Cuba in , Egypt transferred loyalty from one superpower to another in the midst of the Cold War conflict, and, gradually, the US replaced the Soviets as Egypt’s main military supplier. As the US gained influence in Egypt and the Middle East, the superpower sought to exclude the Soviet Union from regional affairs, particularly from.   President Dwight D. Eisenhower presents his “Open Skies” plan at the Geneva summit meeting with representatives of France, Great Britain, and the Soviet Union. Get this from a library! The Soviet Union and Egypt, [Rami Ginat]. In the s the Soviet Union became allies with Egypt and Syria due to the "Anglo-French debacle at Suez, the Arab–Israeli conflict, and the use of the Soviet rouble." [14] Later Egypt and Syria developed a defense treaty, in which if one of them declared war on Israel the other would get involved.