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Geographic Determinants of Security Policies in the Middle East.: (Thesis)

By Wilt, Thornton W.

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Book Id: WPLBN0004314754
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File Size: Pages: 244
Reproduction Date: 1979

Title: Geographic Determinants of Security Policies in the Middle East.: (Thesis)  
Author: Wilt, Thornton W.
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Language: English
Subject: National Security, Geography, Middle East
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1979
Publisher: Monterey, California: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School

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Description: This thesis examines Middle Eastern security issues and problems which are rooted to geographical considerations or determinants. Geography as a security policy determinant is also examined on a national level in selected countries which are the primary regional actors: Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Syria, and Iraq. A substantial portion of the work is naturally oriented toward the Arab-Israeli territorial disputes. It is not, however, restricted to that theme. Demographic and strategic communications problems, completely separate from the Arab-Israeli issues, are also explored. (Author)

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Degree: M.A.

 
 



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