مصر كما تريدها أمريكا: من صعود ناصر إلى سقوط مبارك #2020

مصر كما تريدها أمريكا: من صعود ناصر إلى سقوط مبارك By Lloyd C. Gardner فاطمة نصر
  • Title: مصر كما تريدها أمريكا: من صعود ناصر إلى سقوط مبارك
  • Author: Lloyd C. Gardner فاطمة نصر
  • ISBN: 779586898
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Gardner writes about the major U.S foreign policy decisions that have affected Egypt since WW2 Although a useful introduction to some of this history, it is a rather shallow analysis that relies on state department memos and politicians memoirs for its sources Little true analysis is given for the vagaries of this dark historyr instance, less than one paragraph is devoted to the 1977 Bread Riots in Egypt, which most historians consider to be a major turning point in Egypt s internal development [...]






    2. This book shows the role the US played after WWII and its foreign policy towards the new world order after the war, but is it really a world after a war, many wars were fought and some still are all The US was involved in somehow Its policy toward the Middle East considered a big screw up, it couldn t end the conflict and it started new ones across the region, to consider the whole region as a war zone since then and along the years, to look to the region as a big oil well that needed to be prot [...]





    3. I abandoned this one, and won t be counting it in my total, but it wouldn t be fair to give it a one.I have to be honest I know next to nothing about what has happened in the Middle East to make it the way that it is When I saw this little book at a Half Priced Books, I figured it would be a really direct and straight forward introduction into the contemporary history of Egypt.I got about halfway through, but not a lot of it was sticking.It was obvious that Lloyd C Gardner knows his stuff His bo [...]


    4. In short American policy towards Egypt changed constantly It depended on who was in charge in Egypt, who was US President, and whether or not the Soviet Union looked dangerous The USA gave billions in aid and weaponry to Egypt to hold back Soviet Russia and, recently, Iran Now, the USA wants middle eastern countries to move toward democracy, but doesn t want to anger or upset Egypt Mubarak and his cronies enjoyed the perks that came from a relationship with the USA but became of a dictator tha [...]


    5. This was a bit dry, but informative The author walked the middle and tried to be objective ie, no blatant political bias in American terms He clearly sympathizes with the Arabs against Israel though WHile everything Egypt does is in context, Israel appears to be the irrational villain.He describes Egypt from pre Nasser up to the recent Arab Spring events with the tug of war between US and USSR in the early years, to using Mubarak for our anti terror needs in recent times.Sadat came across as a [...]




    6. I highly recommend reading this book for anyone interested in understanding the intricate and not so innocent relationship between the US and Egypt since the time of King Farouk to the January revolution.Unfortunately it proves that the conspiracy theory attitude adopted by many is a lot than just a theory.The book is very well written , gliding easily in a chronological order that helps one understand each step as it unfolds.







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