Politics, the Military and National Security in Jordan, 1955-1967

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Springer, 12 лист. 2002 р. - 181 стор.
Using new archival material, Lawrence Tal examines how Jordan remained stable during the volatile period between 1955 and 1967. Tal asserts that Jordan's security was due primarily to the cohesion of its National Security Establishment, a ruling coalition of security and foreign policy professionals that included the monarchy, the political elite and the military.
 

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1 Jordans National Security Establishment
1
2 Between Imperialism and Arabism
20
3 Radicals versus Royalists
38
4 The July Crisis
54
5 Confronting the United Arab Republic
67
6 From Reforms to Rapprochement
87
7 In Nassers Grip
98
8 Jordans March to War
109
Conclusion
125
Biographical Sketches
131
Notes
136
Select Bibliography
169
Index
179
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LAWRENCE TAL is currently working for a major international energy company. He completed his doctoral and masters degree in Middle East politics at the University of Oxford and was a lecturer in politics at Trinity College, Oxford. His articles have appeared in Foreign Affairs and the Times Literary Supplement.

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