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Scripting Middle East leaders : the impact of leadership perceptions on US and UK foreign policy
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Éditeur Bloomsbury
Année 2013, cop. 2013
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Scripting Middle East leaders : the impact of leadership perceptions on US and UK foreign policy
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1 vol. (XI-230 p.) ; 234 cm
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Contributions présentées lors d'une conférence, King's College, Londres, 2011
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327.560 73
Contenu
Introduction : strategies, stories and scripts / Lawrence Freedman ; Emotions and threat perception : new frontiers of research / Janice Gross Stein ; Strategic scripts and policymaking / Jeffrey H. Michaels ; Hitler on the Nile? : British and American perceptions of the Nasser regime, 1952-70 / Nigel Ashton ; Seeing Sadat, thinking Nasser : political and intelligence assessments of the transition / Dina Rezk ; Images of the Ayatollah / David Patrick Houghton ; Skewed perceptions : Yasir Arafat in the eyes of American officials, 1969-2004 / William B. Quandt ; Saddam Hussein and US foreign policy : diabolical enemy images, policy failure, and the administrations of Bush senior and junior / Toby Dodge ; Anglo-American perceptions of Osama bin Laden after 9/11 / Peter Neumann and Fernande Van Tets ; Reliable enemy? : Bashar al-Asad and the United States / David W. Lesch ; Mubarak : the embodiment of "moderate Arab leadership" / Rosemary Hollis ; British official perceptions of Muammar Gaddafi, 1969-2011 / Christopher Andrew ; The US and Iran : turning Mahmoud Ahmadinejad into a cipher / Scott Lucas
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978-1-441-19165-6
1-441-19165-8
978-1-441-10841-8
1-441-10841-6
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