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by Prof. Gawdat G. Bahgat

Author: Prof. Gawdat G. Bahgat
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: University Press of Florida; 1st edition (December 31, 2005)
Pages: 192 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.8
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Despite the volume of literature on the Persian Gulf and the Arab-Israeli conflict, few analysts have sought to establish the connection between the Gulf and the Levant.

Despite the volume of literature on the Persian Gulf and the Arab-Israeli conflict, few analysts have sought to establish the connection between the Gulf and the Levant. Bahgat argues that peace between the Arabs and the Israelis and stability in the Persian Gulf are intertwined, and as developments in one region are echoed in the other a détente between the Persian Gulf states and Israel is essential to reach a lasting, comprehensive peace in the greater Middle East.

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The book's analysis concentrates on the Persian Gulf side of the relationship, and one comes away without a real sense of how Israel views its relationship with these countries.

The first four chapters are logically titled, since this division is a natural one, but the last chapter has little to do with Israel, and its inclusion in the book is puzzling. The book's analysis concentrates on the Persian Gulf side of the relationship, and one comes away without a real sense of how Israel views its relationship with these countries.

Israel and the Persian Gulf: Retrospect and Prospect.

Up-to-date and engaging. a welcome addition to the scholarly literature on the Persian Gulf's foreign and security challenges in the twenty-first century

Up-to-date and engaging. a welcome addition to the scholarly literature on the Persian Gulf's foreign and security challenges in the twenty-first century. -Nader Entessar, Spring Hill College Despite the volume of literature on the Persian Gulf and the Arab-Israeli conflict, few analysts have sought to establish the connection between the Gulf and the Levant.

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Israel and the Persian Gulf: Retrospect and Prospect, University Press of Florida (Gainesville, FL), 2006. Gawdat G. Bahgat is a specialist in the Middle East, Persian Gulf, Central Asia, and the Caucasus, with particular interests in issues of security, the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, terrorism, energy, ethnic and religious conflicts, the Islamic revival, and . war in Iraq began in the spring of 2003 and was able to go into only the possibilities of what a decision for or against invasion would bring.

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Despite the volume of literature on the Persian Gulf and the Arab-Israeli conflict, few analysts have sought to establish the connection between the Gulf and the Levant.Bahgat argues that peace between the Arabs and the Israelis and stability in the Persian Gulf are intertwined, and as developments in one region are echoed in the other a détente between the Persian Gulf states and Israel is essential to reach a lasting, comprehensive peace in the greater Middle East.