• Publications of Bruce R. Kuniholm

      • Books

          • B. Kuniholm.
          • The United States and Turkey.
          • in progress.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • The Palestine Problem and United States Policy, with an annotated bibliography by Michael Rubner.
          • Claremont, CA: Regina Books,
          • 1986.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • The Persian Gulf and United States Policy.
          • Claremont: CA: Regina Books,
          • 1984.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • The Near East Connection: Greece and Turkey in the Reconstruction and Security of Europe, 1946-1952.
          • Brookline, Mass.: Hellenic Press,
          • 1984.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • The Origins of the Cold War in the Near East: Great Power Conflict and Diplomacy in Iran, Turkey, and Greece.
          • Princeton: Princeton University Press,
          • 1980.
          • (2nd ed., w/ Epilogue (Princeton: PUP, 1994), 509 pp.).
      • Papers Published

          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Die Nahostkriege, der Palastinakonflikt und er Kalte Krieg."
          • Heisse Kriege im Kalten Krieg.
          • Ed. Bernd Greiner, Christian Th Muller, Dierk Walter.
          • 2006.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Thinking about the Future: Turkey, the United States and the World."
          • Turkish-American Relations: Past, Present and Future.
          • Ed. Mustafa Aydin and Cagri Erhan.
          • Routledge,
          • 2004.
          • 213-229.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Turkey and the World in 25 years: Thinking about the Future."
          • South Atlantic Quarterly
          • 102
          • .2 and 3
          • (Spring/Summer 2003)
          • :
          • 477-492.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "9/11, the 'Great Game' and the 'Vision Thing': The Need for (and elements of) a More Comprehensive Bush Doctrine."
          • History and September 11.
          • Ed. Joanne Meyerowitz.
          • Temple University Press,
          • 2003.
          • 191-210.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "9/11, the 'Great Game' and the 'Vision Thing': The Need for (and elements of) a More Comprehensive Bush Doctrine."
          • Journal of American History
          • 89
          • .2
          • (2002)
          • :
          • 426-438.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "L'identite Turque et le Probleme Kurde de Turquie."
          • L'identite: Choix ou Combat? Septieme serie: Colloques
          • XV
          • (2002)
          • :
          • 75-82.
          • (La Faculte des Sciences Humaine et Sociales (Groupe de recherches sur la Mediterranee), Universite de Tunis)
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Turkey's Accession to the European Union: Differences in European and American Attitudes, and the Challenges for Turkey."
          • La Turchia oggi 1.
          • Serie I uaderni di Merifor,
          • Il Ponte: Bologna,
          • 2002.
          • 97-119.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Turkey's Accession to the European Union: Differences in European and United States Attitudes, and Challenges for Turkey."
          • Turkish Studies
          • 2
          • .1
          • (2001)
          • :
          • 25-53.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "The Evolving Strategic and Political Significance of Turkey's Relationship with NATO."
          • A History of NATO: The First Fifty Years, Vol. 3.
          • Ed. Gustav Schmidt.
          • Palgrave: New York,
          • 2001.
          • 339-357 and 445-446.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Foreign Relations: U.S. Relations with the Middle East."
          • The Oxford Companion to United State History.
          • Ed. Paul S. Boyer, et al..
          • New York: Oxford University Press,
          • 2001.
          • 283-285.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Contingency Plans, Intelligence, Vital Interests and Reality."
          • Diplomatic History
          • 24
          • .1
          • (2000)
          • :
          • 145-149.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Contingency Plans, Intelligence, Vital Interests and Reality."
          • Diplomatic History
          • 24
          • .1
          • (Winter, 2000)
          • :
          • 145-149.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "The Geopolitics of the Caspian Basin."
          • Middle East Journal
          • 54
          • .1
          • (2000)
          • :
          • 546-571.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "The Geopolitics of the Region."
          • The Caspian Sea: The Quest for Environmental Security.
          • Ed. William Ascher and Natalia Mirovitskaya.
          • Kluwer Academic Publishers: Dordrecht, The Netherlands,
          • 2000.
          • 91-116.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Turkey's Jupiter Missiles and the U.S.-Turkish Relationship."
          • Kennedy and Europe.
          • Ed. Douglas Brinkly and Richard Griffith.
          • Louisiana State University Press; Baton Rouge,
          • 1999.
          • 116-128.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Turkey's Jupiter Missiles and the U.S.-Turkish Relationahip."
          • Kennedy and Europe.
          • Ed. Doglas Brinkley and Richard Griffith.
          • Louisiana State University Press: Baton Rouge,
          • 1999.
          • 116-128.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "The Encyclopedia of U.S. Foreign Relations."
          • Ed. Bruce W. Jentleson and Thomas G. Patterson.
          • Council on Foreign Relations and Oxford University Press: New York and Oxford,
          • 1997.
          • (Biographical sketches and discussions of the following subjects: (a)"Leslie Aspin, Jr.," Vol. 1, p. 111;(b) "James Addison Baker, III," Vol. 1, pp. 128-129;(c)"Harold Brown," Vol. 1, pp. 183-184;"Central Treaty Organization," Vol. 1, p. 232;(e)"Richard Bruce Cheney," Vol. 1, pp. 237-238; (f)"Warren Minor Christopher," Vol. 1, pp. 257-258;(g)"Sidney Lawrence Eagleburger," Vol. 2,p. 47;(h)"Turkey," Vol. 4,p. 219-227.)
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Sovereignty, Democracy and Identity: Turkey's Kurdish Problem and the West's Turkish Problem."
          • Mediterranean Politics
          • 1
          • .3
          • (Winter, 1996)
          • :
          • 353-370.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Turkey and the West: From World War II to Today."
          • Turkey Between East and West: New Challenges for a Rising Regional Power.
          • Ed. Vojtech Mastney and R. Craig Nation.
          • Westview Press: Boulder Colorado,
          • 1996.
          • 45-69.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Turkey and the East: The International Relations of Turkey after the Cold War (Die neue rolle der Turkei zwichen Europa und Asien)."
          • Europe Turkiye 1/94.
          • Ed. Ertugrul Uzun and Murat Suner.
          • Babel-Verlag: Berlin,
          • 1994.
          • 104-131.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "The Origins of the Cold War in the Near East."
          • Soviet Foreign Policy, 1917-1991: A Retrospective.
          • Ed. Gabriel Gorodetsky.
          • Frank Cass: London,
          • 1994.
          • 135-145.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Savas Sonrasi Dunyalar: Lozan Konferansi ve Soguk Savas Sonrasi ("Postwar World: The Lausanne Conference and the Post Cold War Era")."
          • 70. Yilinda: Lozan Baris Antlasmasi.
          • Inonu Vakfi: Ankara,
          • 1994.
          • 183-193.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Dean Acheson, Loy Henderson, and the Origins of the Truman Doctrine."
          • Dean Acheson and the Making of U.S. Foreign Policy.
          • Ed. Douglas Brinkley.
          • St. Martin's/Macmillan,
          • 1993.
          • 73-108.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Great Power Rivalry and the Persian Gulf."
          • The Persian Gulf Crisis: Power in the Post-Cold War World.
          • Ed. Robert Helms II and Robin Dorff.
          • New York: Praeger,
          • 1993.
          • 39-55.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "The U.S. Experience in the Persian Gulf."
          • The Persian Gulf Crisis: Power in the Post-Cold War World.
          • Ed. Robert Helms II and Robin Dorff.
          • New York: Praeger,
          • 1993.
          • 57-69.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "U.S. Responses to the Persian Gulf Crisis: Grappling for a Policy."
          • The Persian Gulf Crisis: Power in the Post-Cold War World.
          • Ed. Robert Helms II and Robert H. Dorff.
          • New York: Praeger,
          • 1993.
          • 95-105.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "After the Gulf War: Turkey and the East."
          • The Persian Gulf War: Views from the Social and Behavioral Sciences.
          • Ed. Herbert H. Blumberg and Christopher C. French.
          • University Press: Lanham, M.D.,
          • 1993.
          • 453-467.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Turkey."
          • Encyclopedia Aemricana Annual: 1993/Encyclopedia Yearbook.
          • Grolier, Inc.: Dansbury, Conn.,
          • 1993.
          • 543-545.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "The End of the Cold War in the Near East: What it Means for Historians and Policy Planners."
          • Diplomatic History
          • 16
          • .1
          • (Winter, 1992)
          • :
          • 104-113.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Turkey and the Black Sea Region Economic Initiative."
          • GOZLEM, Sayi 20
          • (Sonbahar, 1992)
          • :
          • 24-28.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "The End of the Cold War in the Near East: What it Means for Historians and Policy Planners."
          • The End of the Cold War: Its Meaning and Implications.
          • Ed. Michael J. Hogan.
          • Cambridge University Press: New York,
          • 1992.
          • 161-173.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "U.S. Relations with the Middle East: 1960s to the Present."
          • Chapter 13 in Safeguarding the Republic: Essays and Documents in American Foreign Relations, 1890-1991.
          • Ed. Howard Jones.
          • Chicago: Lyceum Books, Inc.,
          • 1992.
          • 304-371.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Turkey and the West."
          • Foreign Affairs
          • 70
          • .2
          • (Spring, 1991)
          • :
          • 34-48.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "There You Go Again? Gary Sick, Ronald Reagan, and the Iranian Revolution."
          • Iranian Studies
          • XXIV
          • .1-4
          • (1991)
          • :
          • 61-69.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Containing the Soviets at the Northern Tier."
          • Origins of the Cold War.
          • Ed. Thomas G. Paterson and Robert J. McMahon.
          • D.C. Heath: Lexington, Mass.,
          • 1991.
          • 189-197.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Foreign Relations, Public Relations, Accountability and Understanding."
          • Perspectives
          • 28
          • .5
          • (May/June 1990)
          • :
          • 1-12.
          • (Reprinted in the Congressional Record, October 19, 1990, S16291-S16292)
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Rules of the Game: The Geopolitics of U.S. Policy Options in Southwest Asia."
          • Neither East Nor West: Iran, the Soviet Union, and the United States.
          • Ed. Nikki Keddie and Mark Gasiorowski.
          • New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press,
          • 1990.
          • 201-218.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Rings and Flanks: the Defense of the Middle East in the Early Cold War."
          • The Cold War and Defence.
          • Ed. Keith Neilsen and Ronald Haycock.
          • New York: Praeger,
          • 1990.
          • 111-135.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "U.S. Interests in Turkey."
          • United States Foreign Policy Regarding Greece, Turkey and Cyprus--The Rule of Law and Amiercan Interests.
          • Washington, D.C.: the American Hellenic Institute,
          • 1989.
          • 17-24.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Conventional Defense Improvements in NATO, the Southern Flank, and Alliance Defense`."
          • The Future of Conventional Defense Improvements in NATO.
          • Ed. Steve Szabo.
          • Washington, D.C.: National Defense University Press,
          • 1989.
          • 263-286.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "U.S. Policy in the Near East: The Triumphs and Tribulations of the Truman Administration."
          • The Truman Presidency.
          • Ed. Michael Lacey.
          • Cambridge: Woodrow Wilson International center for Scholars and Cambridge University Press,
          • 1989.
          • 299-338.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Azerbaijan V. History From 1941 to 1947."
          • Encyclopedia Iranica.
          • Ed. Atas-Bayhaqi, Ehsan Yarshater.
          • III
          • London and New York: Routledge & Kegan Paul,
          • 1989.
          • 231-234.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Iran."
          • The Harry S. Truman Encyclopedia.
          • Ed. Richard S. Kirkendall.
          • Boston: G.K. Hall & Cp/,
          • 1989.
          • 178-179.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Turkey."
          • The Harry S. Truman Encyclopedia.
          • Ed. Richard S. Kirkendall.
          • Boston: G.K. Hall & Co.,
          • 1989.
          • 367-368.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Retrospect and Prospect: Forty Years of US Middle East Policy."
          • The Middle East Journal
          • 41
          • .1
          • (Winter, 1987)
          • :
          • 7-25.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "East or West? The Geopolitics of Turkey and its NATO Alliance."
          • The Middle East Turkey and the Atlantic Alliance.
          • Ed. Ali Karaosmanoglu and Seyfi Tashan.
          • Ankara: Foreign Policy Institute,
          • September, 1987.
          • 134-157.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "US Policy Options in the Persian Gulf and Southwest Asia."
          • Security in the East: Regional Change and Great Power Strategies.
          • Ed. Sam Wells and Mark Bruzonsky.
          • Boulder, Col. and London: Westview Press,
          • 1987.
          • 306-346.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "The Palestinian Problem and U.S. Policy."
          • Security in the Middle East: Regional Change and Great Power Strategies.
          • Ed. Sam Wells and Mark Bruzonsky.
          • Boulder, Col. and London: Westview Press,
          • 1987.
          • 184-214.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "The Origins of the First Cold War: Methodologies, Values, and their Implications for East-West Relations."
          • The Cold War Past and Present.
          • Ed. Richard Crockatt and Steve Smith.
          • London: George Allen and Unwin,
          • 1987.
          • 37-57.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Turkey, NATO and U.S. Policy."
          • U.S. Security Concerns in the North-Eastern Mediterranean.
          • College Park: University of Maryland,
          • 1987.
          • 56-72.
          • (a CIDCM Conference Report)
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Turkey and the United States: Views and Expectations."
          • Turkish-American Relations: Forty Years of Continuity and Change.
          • Istanbul: The Political and Social Studies Foundation, Fatih Cenclik Vakfi Matbaa Isletmesi,
          • 1987.
          • 27-40.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "The Carter Doctrine, the Reagan Corollary, and Prospects for United States Policy in Southwest Asia."
          • International Journal
          • XLI
          • .2
          • (Spring, 1986)
          • :
          • 342-361.
          • (Reprinted in Lori Bogle, The Cold War, Vol. 2 (Routledge: New York, 2001), 432 pp.)
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Rhetoric and Reality in The Aegean: U.S. Policy Options Toward Greece and Turkey."
          • SAIS Review
          • 6
          • .1
          • (Winter-Spring 1986)
          • :
          • 137-157.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Strategies for Containment in the Middle East, Chapter 18."
          • Containment: Concept and Policy.
          • Ed. Terry L. Deibel and John Lewis Gaddis.
          • Washington, D.C.: National Defense University Press,
          • 1986.
          • 423-456.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Turkey and NATO."
          • NATO and the Mediterranean.
          • Ed. Lawrence S. Kaplan, Robert W. Clawson, and Raimondo Luraghi.
          • New York: Scholarly Resources Inc.,
          • 1985.
          • 215-237.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Turkey in the World, Ch. 2."
          • The Middle East in Turkish-American Relations.
          • Ed. George S. Harris.
          • Washington, D.C.: Heritage Foundation and the Foreign Policy Institute of Ankara,
          • 1985.
          • 9-16.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Carrots and Sticks: The Questions of U.S. Influence over Israel."
          • International Journal
          • 38
          • .4
          • (Fall, 1983)
          • :
          • 700-712.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Turkey and NATO: Past, Present, and Future."
          • ORBIS
          • 27
          • .2
          • (Summer, 1983)
          • :
          • 421-445.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "A Palestinian State."
          • Pros and Cons.
          • Ed. Walter Isaccson.
          • New York: Putnam,
          • 1983.
          • 233-242.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "The United States and the Middle East Since 1941."
          • Guide to American Foreign Relations Since 1700.
          • Ed. Richard Burns.
          • Santa Barbara and Oxford: ABC-CLIO, Inc.,
          • 1983.
          • 955-993.
          • (Contributing editor, responsible for Chapter 33)
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Tevfik Rustu Aras."
          • The Biographical Dictionary of Internationalists.
          • Ed. Warren Kuehl.
          • Westport, CT and London: Greenwood Press,
          • 1983.
          • 22-24.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "What the Saudis Really Want: A Primer for the Reagan Administration."
          • ORBIS
          • 25
          • .1
          • (Spring, 1981)
          • :
          • 107-122.
          • (Republished in the reprint series sponsored by the Center for Islamic and Arabian Development Studies, Duke University; and by the School of International Studies, John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center, U.S. Army, April 1983)
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Apples and Dominoes: The Northern Tier as Cruciible for Postwar America."
          • Jerusalem Journal of International Relations
          • 4
          • .1
          • (Winter, 1979)
          • :
          • 1-22.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Apples and Dominoes: The Northern Tier as Crucible for Postwar American."
          • Jerusalem Journal of International Relations
          • 4
          • .1
          • (Winter 1979)
          • :
          • 1-22.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "What the Saudis Really Want: A Primer for the Reagan Administration."
          • ORBIS
          • 25
          • .1
          • (Spring 1981)
          • :
          • 107-122.
          • (Republished in the reprint series sponsored by the Center for Islamic and Arabian Development Studies, Duke University; and by the School of International Studies, John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center, U.S. Army, April 1983)
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Turkey and NATO: Past, Present, and Future."
          • ORBIS
          • 27
          • .2
          • (Summer 1983)
          • :
          • 421-445.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "A Response to John Lewis Gaddis."
          • Diplomatic History
          • 7
          • .3
          • (Summer 1983)
          • :
          • 201-204.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Carrots and Sticks: The Question of U.S. Influence over Israel."
          • International Journal
          • 38
          • .4
          • (Fall 1983)
          • :
          • 700-712.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "A Commentary on Melvyn Leffler, "The American Conception of National Security", AHR Forum."
          • The American Historical Review.
          • 89
          • .2
          • April 1984.
          • 385-390.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Rhetoric and Reality in the Aegean: U.S. Policy Option Toward Greece and Turkey."
          • SAIS Review
          • 6
          • .1
          • (Winter-Spring 1986)
          • :
          • 137-157.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "The Carter Doctrine, the Reagan Corollary, and Prospects for United States Policy in Southwest Asia."
          • International Journal
          • XLI
          • .2
          • (Spring 1986)
          • :
          • 342-361.
          • (Reprinted in Lori Bogle, The Cold War, Vol. 2, Routledge: New York, 2001, 432 pp)
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Retrospect and Prospect: Forty Years of US Middle East Policy."
          • The Middle East Journal
          • 41
          • .1
          • (Winter 1987)
          • :
          • 7-25.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Foreign Relations, Public Relations, Accountability and Understanding."
          • Perspectives
          • 28
          • .5
          • (June 1990)
          • :
          • 1-12.
          • (Reprinted in the Congressional Record, October 19, 1990, S16291-S16292)
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "Turkey and the West."
          • Foreign Affairs
          • 70
          • .2
          • (Spring 1991)
          • :
          • 34-48.
          • B. Kuniholm.
          • "There You Go Again? Gary Sick, Ronald Reagan, and the Iranian Revolution."
          • Iranian Studies
          • XXIV
          • .1-4
          • (1991)
          • :
          • 61-69.
      • Book Reviews

          • Stephen Pelletire.
          • "America's Oil Wars."
          • International History Review
          • .
          • Westport: Praeger, 2004, 192 pp.,
          • (forthcoming)
          • .
          • Steve A. Yetiv.
          • "Crude Awakenings: Global Oil Security and American Foreign Policy."
          • International History Review
          • .
          • Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 2004, 239 pp.,
          • (forthcoming)
          • .
          • Peter L. Hahn.
          • "Crisis and Crossfire."
          • Journal of Cold War Studies
          • .
          • Washington, DC: Potomac Books, 2005,,
          • (forthcoming)
          • .
          • Vassilis Fouskas.
          • "Zones of Conflict: U.S. Foreign Policy in the Balkans and the Greater Middle East."
          • Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans
          • 7
          • .1
          • Pluto Press: London, 2003, 177 pp.,
          • (March, 2005)
          • :
          • 126-128.
          • Athanasios Lykogiannis.
          • "Britain and the Greek Economic Crisis 1944-1947: from Liberation to the Truman Doctrine."
          • American Historical Review
          • 109
          • .5
          • University of Missouri Press, 2003,
          • (December, 2004)
          • :
          • 1633-1634.
          • Claude Nicolet.
          • "United States Policy Towards Cyprus, 1954-1974: Removing the Greek-Turkish Bone of Contention."
          • Journal of American History
          • .
          • Mohnesee: Biblios, 2001,
          • (2003)
          • :
          • 294-295.
          • Ioannis A. Stivachtis.
          • "Co-Operative Security and Non-Offensive Defense in the Zone of War: The Greek-Turkish and Arab-Israeli Cases."
          • Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans
          • 5
          • .1
          • Peter Lang Europaischer Verlag der Wissenschaften: Berlin, 2001,
          • (2003)
          • :
          • 106-107.
          • Ofira Seliktar.
          • "Failing the Crystal Ball Test: The Carter Administration and the Fundamentalist Revolution in Iran."
          • The International History Review
          • .
          • Praeger: Westport, Conn, 2000,
          • (2003)
          • .
          • Joseph T. Stanik.
          • "El Dorado Canyon: Reagan's Undeclared War with Qaddafi."
          • The International History Review
          • .
          • Naval Institute Press: Annapolis, Maryland 2003,
          • (2003)
          • .
          • Chris Ioannides.
          • "Realpolitik in the Eastern Mediterranean: From Kissinger and the Cyprus Crisis to Carter and the Lifting of the Turkish Arms Embargo."
          • Political Science Quarterly
          • 117
          • .3
          • Pella Publishing Company, Inc.: New York, 2001,
          • (2002)
          • :
          • 516-517.
          • Ekhavi Althanassopoulou.
          • "Turkey: Anglo-American Security Interests: 1945-1952."
          • Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans
          • 3
          • .1
          • Frank Cass: London, 1999,
          • (2001)
          • :
          • 95-96.
          • Ioannis D. Stefanidis.
          • "Isle of Discord: Nationalism, Imperialism and the Making of the Cyprus Problem."
          • Journal of American History
          • 87
          • .4
          • New York University Press: Washington Square, NY, 1999,
          • (2001)
          • :
          • 1566-1567.
          • Michael Cohen.
          • "Fighting World War Three from the Middle East: Allied Contingency Plans, 1945-1954."
          • Diplomatic History
          • 24
          • .1
          • Frank Cass: London, 1997, 394 pp.,
          • (Winter, 2000)
          • :
          • 145-149.
          • Louis Kriesberg.
          • "International Conflict Resolution: The U.S.-USSR and Middle East Cases."
          • Political Psychology
          • 17
          • .2
          • Yale University Press: New Haven, 1992, 275 pp.,
          • (1996)
          • :
          • 363-366.
          • Edward J. Sheehy.
          • "The U.S. Navy, the Mdeiterranean, and the Cold War, 1945-1947."
          • The Pacific Historical Review
          • LXIV
          • .3
          • Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc.: Westport, Conn., 1992, 208 pp.,
          • (August, 1995)
          • :
          • 460-461.
          • Homa Katourzian.
          • "Mussadiq and the Struggle for Power in Iran, and David-Pryce-Jones, The Closed Circle."
          • The International Journal of Middle East Studies
          • 27
          • .1
          • New York: Harper Collins, 1991, 477 pp.,
          • (February, 1995)
          • :
          • 105-107.
          • David Lesch.
          • "Syria and the United States: Eisenhower's Cold War in the Middle East."
          • American Historical Review
          • 99
          • .3
          • Westview Press: Boulder, Co, 1992, 242 pp.,
          • (June, 1994)
          • :
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          • Marine Corps Institute: Arlington, Va,
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          • Duke Dialogue
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          • Raleigh News and Observer
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          • Duke Magazine
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