Israeli-Arab Conflict in 1967

Israeli-Arab - Global Influences of the Cold Baghdad Pact Specific contingencies Pinhad Lavon Sharrett trusted western allies and wanted to

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Israeli-Arab Conflict in 1967 Both Ben gurion and Nasser embarked on revolutionary plans of state building Civilian governments feeble TV-Personalities dictated the Arab-Israeli conflict. Inevitable continue war Stereotypes: Jews= Either Greedy or Victims Arabs=Irrational, honor-focused people Hawkish sides Pan-Arabism v. Zionism Issue of Palestine an ironic substitute for a lack of Arab unity Major political divisions in Israel Regional instability Egypt and Iraq competition
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Unformatted text preview: Global Influences of the Cold Baghdad Pact Specific contingencies Pinhad Lavon Sharrett trusted western allies and wanted to negotiate with the Arabs. Grew up in Palestine Nasser gets weapons for Czechoslovakia Plans for the Aswan Dam 1967 War Begim leads Conservatives Nasser has a Vietnam on Yemen Cold War conflict caused US to fully throw support behind Israel War began in false report from the Soviets...
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course HIME 2002 taught by Professor Thompson during the Spring '10 term at UVA.

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