The United States and the Middle East, 1914 to 9/11Audiobook CD - 2003
This course is a narrative history of U.S. political involvement in the Middle East from World War I to the present day. Presented from a historian's perspective, it is meant to strengthen your ability to place today's events into historical context, evaluate what is most likely to happen next, and understand those oncoming events when they do occur. Topics covered include: the Arab-Israeli conflict superpower rivalry decolonization and Arab nationalism Islamic revivalism the background and meaning of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The lectures also examine how the different agendas of Arabs, Iranians, Turks, Jews, Kurds, and other groups have affected their relationships with the U.S.
Publisher: Chantilly, Va. : The Teaching Company, c2003
Edition: Library ed
Branch Call Number: COM 327.73056 Y19u
Characteristics: 12 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 2 course guidebooks (72, 70 p. ; 22 cm.)