|Statement||Bruce R. Kuniholm.|
|Series||Guides to contemporary issues ;, #3|
|LC Classifications||DS326 .K83 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 220 p. :|
|Number of Pages||220|
|ISBN 10||0941690121, 0941690113|
|LC Control Number||84009853|
The book summarizes the history of the Persian Gulf, placing an emphasis on US foreign and security policy toward that region during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. It examines the George H. W. Bush administration's policies toward the Persian Gulf from and Clinton administration's policies toward the Persian Gulf from On , two months after President Clinton took office, Martin Indyk of the National Security Council staff spelled out the broad outlines of what he called America's "dual containment" policy in the Persian Gulf. The United States also announced a major redeployment of its Persian Gulf forces, sharply reducing the number of ships and Cited by: 2. The chapters in this book offer a timely and sustainable roadmap for a new U.S. strategy and military posture in the region. The presence of U.S. forces in the Persian Gulf, particularly in Saudi Arabia, has been a highly contentious issue in the Arab world since the Persian Gulf War of The monumental, five-volume The Encyclopedia of Middle East Wars: The United States in the Persian Gulf, Afghanistan, and Iraq Conflicts is 5/5(1).
This paper documents analysis of the effects of military doctrine and strategy in the Persian Gulf War. In particular, it focuses on United States Air Force (USAF) airpower doctrine and its. Still, one wonders why the United States devotes so much of its resources, energies, and war planning to the Persian Gulf. Would it not be more . Abstract. The origins of US quasi-hegemony in the Persian Gulf in the s go back—roughly—to the end of the Second World War and the forces driving it were a mixture of both regional and global pressures: both a “push” and a “pull.”This chapter focuses on the push, the global factors that drove the United States to involve itself in the Persian Gulf, and how the wider concerns of. Professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction, this unique book examines two ways that the U.S. might be able to secure its interests in the Gulf using a minimalist approach. The two methods evaluated are using sea bases in the Gulf .
United States Arms Policies in the Persian Gulf and Red Sea Areas: Past, Present, and Future: Report of a Staff Survey Mission to Ethiopia, Iran and the Arabian Peninsula, Pursuant to H. Res. - Ebook written by. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read United States Arms. It is a new agenda wholly in keeping with the messianic Wilsonian values that have long been part of US foreign policy. The purpose of this book is to offer a detailed analysis of US foreign policy towards Iran and Iraq since the onset of the post-Cold War era and to chart its developments and changes right through to the contemporary period of the War on Terror epitomized by the Presidency of George W. . Synopsis Robert J. Pauly, Jr examines the history of US foreign policy toward the Greater Middle East in general and focuses specifically on the fundamental economic, military and political causes of the Persian Gulf : Taylor And Francis. Since , the United States has followed a policy of dual containment in the Persian Gulf. Regardless of how events in Iraq unfold, this policy will not be viable in the years ahead. Consequently, the United States will need to make significant changes in its security strategy for this vital region. This book examines the factors that will.