American ascendance and British retreat in the Persian Gulf Region
Palgrave Macmillan, 15 հնս, 2008 թ. - 283 էջ
This book critically examines the origins of American diplomacy in the greater Persian Gulf region, arguing that it was the inability of the United States to contend effectively with the disintegration of British imperial authority in the Gulf that eventually led it to assume its current role in the region.
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and the Persian Gulf Region before 1951
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