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Nasser and Sadat e-book

Author:

Shaheen Ayubi

Language:

English

Category:

Other

Subcategory:

Social Sciences

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1627 kb

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Rating:

4.9

Publisher:

UPA (September 27, 1994)

Pages:

276

ISBN:

0819196045

Nasser and Sadat e-book

by Shaheen Ayubi


Nasser and Sadat book. It examines two foreign policy decisions formulated by Presidents Nasser and Sadat in January 1970 and July 1972 respectively.

Nasser and Sadat book. In essence, this study endeavors to accomplish three objectives. First, it reconstructs the decision-makin This book investigates the role and influence of Egyptian leadership upon foreign policy decisions by utilizing the decision-making approach.

Thus, instead of focusing on institutions, bureaucracies, and legislatures, Nasser and Sadat acknowledges the epicentric role of leadership in the formulation of foreign policy in developing countries. In reconstructing the Egyptian policy-making process, the book is concerned with two crucial decisions regarding the Soviet Union: Jamal 'Abd al-Nasir's January 1970 invitation to the Soviet military to defend Egypt against Israeli air attacks, and Anwar al-Sadat's expulsion of the Soviet forces in July 1972.

The assassination of Anwar Sadat occurred on 6 October 1981

The assassination of Anwar Sadat occurred on 6 October 1981.

This book investigates the role and influence of Egyptian leadership upon foreign policy decisions by utilizing the decision-making approach.

Nasser and Sadat were especially close friends with greatly different personalities . Nasser ruled with passion and heartfelt vigor.

Nasser and Sadat were especially close friends with greatly different personalities, with hugely differing leadership styles, but both were charismatic to those who loved them: Egyptians loved Gamal Abdel Nasser. The Western World loved Sadat. One might say that, for Egyptians, he was Ronald Reagan. Read this book to understand modern Egypt, or the Arab Spring, or to gain insight into leadership styles and their potential among differing audiences or political ideologies.

393 Sadat used the relative success of the 1973 War with Israel to consolidate his political power through means different . 144 base of Sadat regime

393 Sadat used the relative success of the 1973 War with Israel to consolidate his political power through means different from Nasser. First, he sought to create a new social base for his regime through what he called Inftah, or open-door economic policy, which aimed to attracted foreign investment and encouraging joint ventures between the Egypt’s firm and foreign companies. 144 base of Sadat regime. 396 It should be noted, however, that Infitah policy did not entail selling any of the state’s public companies; rather, it was meant to disentangle the developmental role of the public sector as planned during Nasser’s era from its welfare function by encouraging it to work for profit.

A balance sheet of thirty years of revolutionary experiment, this work is a comprehensive analysis of the failure of the socialist transformation of Egypt during the regimes of Nasser and Sadat

A balance sheet of thirty years of revolutionary experiment, this work is a comprehensive analysis of the failure of the socialist transformation of Egypt during the regimes of Nasser and Sadat. Originally published in 1983.

Anwar Sadat was assassinated during an annual victory parade held in Cairo. Sadat was protected by four layers of security and eight bodyguards, and the army parade should have been safe due to ammunition-seizure rules. As Egyptian Air Force Mirage jets flew overhead, distracting the crowd, Egyptian Army soldiers and troop trucks towing artillery paraded by. One truck contained the assassination squad, led by Lieutenant Khalid Islambouli. As it passed the tribune, Islambouli forced the driver at gunpoint to stop. From there, the assassins dismounted and Islambouli approached Sadat with three hand grenades concealed under his helmet. Sadat stood to receive his salute.

This book investigates the role and influence of Egyptian leadership upon foreign policy decisions by utilizing the decision-making approach. It examines two foreign policy decisions formulated by Presidents Nasser and Sadat in January 1970 and July 1972 respectively. In essence, this study endeavors to accomplish three objectives. First, it reconstructs the decision-making activities that culminated in the two decisions, so as to promote our comprehension about Egyptian foreign policy making activities that culminated in the two decisions. Second, by presenting a research framework, it seeks to shed light on the decision-making process in other developing countries. Last, it examines the causal role of the operational code beliefs as well as the psychohistorical approach to the analysis of leadership to explain decisional outcome. Contents: Acknowledgments; Introduction; Foreign Policy-Making and Leadership; Foreign Policy in the Developing World: A Review of Past Studies; A Research Framework for Foreign Policy-Making in Egypt; The Invitation and the Expulsion; Nasser and Sadat: Personal Portraits; The Research Framework and the Soviet Expulsion; Toward a Better Understanding of Foreign Policy in the Developing World; Appendices; Bibliography; Index.

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