The Middle East: U.S. policy, Israel, oil and the Arabs.

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Statement[Edited by Robert A. Diamond]
ContributionsDiamond, Robert A., ed.
LC ClassificationsDS63.2.U5 C64 1974
The Physical Object
Pagination100 p.
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Open LibraryOL5045172M
ISBN 100871870576
LC Control Number74005252

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28 cm. Other contributors Diamond, Robert A. Notes Bibliography: p. Subject headings Jewish-Arab relations Petroleum industry and trade. The Middle East Forum, a Philadelphia-based think tank, founded in by Daniel Pipes, promotes American interests in the Middle East and protects Western values from Middle Eastern threats.

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20,that Saudi Arabia announced it was imposing a total oil boycott against the United States in retaliation for its support of Israel during the October war.

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Other than humanitarian assistance and guaranteeing the security of Israel’s borders, the U.S. has no legitimate role in this conflict. but by ending the ruinous addiction to oil that has warped.Afghanistan Africa Arab Spring Arctic Barack Obama Beijing Brazil Canada China corruption Democracy Egypt elections EU Foreign Policy human rights India Iran Iraq ISIS Israel Libya Middle East NATO North Korea Nuclear Obama Oil Pakistan Reza Akhlaghi Russia South China Sea Syria Taliban Terrorism Trump Turkey U.S.

Ukraine United Nations United.U.S. policy decisions must determine who is to represent national interests if the oil companies are no longer susceptible to American foreign policy. The U.S.

began using oil companies to influence Middle East supplies in in the formation of the Arabian American Oil Co. (Aramco), a monopoly that worked to U.S. Stork, J.