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by Aryeh Y. Yodfat

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ISBN:
0709929048
Author:
Aryeh Y. Yodfat
Category:
Politics & Government
Language:
English
Publisher:
Routledge (January 1983)
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208 pages
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In the first years of the Soviet regime there was little, if any, Soviet interest in Arabia and the Persian Gulf.

In the first years of the Soviet regime there was little, if any, Soviet interest in Arabia and the Persian Gulf. Over the last fifty years relations between Russia and this part of the world have become more complex; this book traces their intricate history in a full analysis of Soviet policy towards the Arabian Peninsula.

amp; Abir, Mordechai. Soviet Union - Foreign relations - Persian Gulf region The Security of the Persian Gulf. In the direction of the Persian Gulf : the Soviet Union and the Persian Gulf. London : Totowa, . : Cass ; Biblio Distribution Center. Soviet Union - Foreign relations - Persian Gulf region. Soviet strategy and Islam, Alexandre Bennigsen. The Soviet Union and the Arabian Peninsula: Soviet Policy Towards the Persian Gulf and Arabia. 0312749074 (ISBN13: 9780312749071).

By (author) Aryeh Y. Yodfat.

All of these nations except Iraq are part of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), and prefer to use the term "Arabian Gulf" rather than the historical name of the Persian Gulf.

Over the last fifty years relations between Russia and this part of the world have become more complex; this book traces their intricate history in a full analysis of Soviet policy towards the Arabian Peninsula

Publisher: Routledge.

The Arabian Gulf in Antiquity I: From Prehistory to. .

The Arabian Gulf in Antiquity I: From Prehistory to the Fall of the Achaemenid Empire. This book touches on aspects, chiefly chronological ones, that are relevant to the emergence of the Northwest Semitic, South Semitic and Greek alphabets. The chief artery among them extended from Southern Arabia northward along the eastern foothills of Asir and Hejaz to Petra and then to the port of Gaza. Over the last fifty years relations between Russia and this part of the world have become more complex; this book traces their intricate history in a full analysis of Soviet policy towar.