United states foreign policy in the middle east has its roots as early as the barbary wars in the first years of the uss existence but became much more expansive after world war iiamerican policy during the cold war tried to prevent soviet union influence by supporting anti communist regimes and backing israel against soviet sponsored arab countries. The middle east oil and the us national security policy intractable conflicts impossible solutions donald m snow on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers three interrelated subject areas are at the heart of the current foreign and national security dilemma one is the middle east. One is the middle east which has been the epicenter of most us policy activity for over a third of a century the second is energy policy particularly as it is affected by the development and exploitation of shale oil and gas reserves in the united states. The second is energy policy particularly as it is affected by the development and exploitation of shale oil and gas reserves in the united states this is linked to the middle east because it has been american dependence on middle east petroleum that has created the interest the us has in this region. The middle east oil and the us national security policy by donald m snow 9781442261969 available at book depository with free delivery worldwide
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