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United States and the Middle East: 1914 to 9/11


Course No. 8593 (24 lectures, 30 minutes/lecture)
Taught by Salim Yaqub
University of California at Santa Barbara
Ph.D., Yale University
1. A Meeting of Two Worlds
2. Wilson & the Breakup of the Ottoman Empire
3. The Interwar Period
4. U.S. & the Middle East During World War II
5. Origins of the Cold War in the Middle East
6. Truman & the Creation of Israel
7. Eisenhower, the Cold War & the Middle East
8. The Suez Crisis & Arab Nationalism
9. Kennedy—Engaging Middle Eastern Nationalism
10. Johnson—Taking Sides
11. The Six-Day War
12. The Nixon Doctrine & the Middle East
13. The Yom Kippur War & Kissinger's Diplomacy
14. Carter & Camp David
15. The Iranian Revolution & the Hostage Crisis
16. Era of Limits—Energy Crises of the 1970s
17. The Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan
18. Reagan & the Middle East
19. The First Palestinian Intifada
20. The Gulf War
21. The Rise & Fall of the Oslo Peace Process
22. The United States & the Kurds
23. The United States & Osama bin Laden
24. September 11 & Its Aftermath

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