Politics, the Military and National Security in Jordan, 1955-1967
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
2 Between Imperialism and Arabism
3 Radicals versus Royalists
4 The July Crisis
5 Confronting the United Arab Republic
6 From Reforms to Rapprochement
7 In Nassers Grip
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24 April Abdel Abu Nuwar Al-Madi and Musa al-Nabulsi al-qarn al-`ashreen al-Sam`u al-Shuqayri al-Tell’s al-urdunn fi al-qarn Ambassador American Amman April Arab Legion Arab Radicalism Arab world Arabisation Baghdad Pact Bahjat al-Talhuni Britain British Cairo Challenge of Arab command crisis Damascus decision decisionmakers defence economic Egypt Egyptian Eisenhower February forces Foreign Free Officers FRUS Gamal Abdel Nasser Glubb Habis al-Majali Hashemite Hazza Hussein of Jordan Ibrahim Hashim Interview Iraq Iraqi Irbid Israel Israeli January Jerusalem Johnston to FO Jordan’s national security Jordanian national security July Khammash King Hussein king’s kingdom leaders London Mallory March Mason to FO Middle East Middle Eastern military monarchy Muhammad Nablus national security establishment October opposition groups Palestine Palestinian political elite Prime Minister radical Arab regional royalists Sadiq al-Shar`a Sakhir Samir al-Rifa`i Satloff security policy Suez Suleiman Musa Syria Tarikh al-urdunn Transjordanian troops United Wasfi al-Tell West Bank