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Thu Oct 16 18:00:29 2014 UTClccn-n800935770.26Nasser : the last Arab /0.490.98Mafhūm al-ʻamal al-siyāsī : lil-qiyādāt al-siyāsīyah faqaṭ /97349541Gamal_Abdel_Nassern 80093577474655ʻAbd al-Nāṣir , Ǧamāl'Abd al-Nasir, Gamal, Pres. United Arab RepublicAbd al-Nāsir, JamālʻAbd al-Nāṣir, Jamāl, 1918-1970'Abd al-Nasir, Jamal, Pres. United Arab RepublicAbd an-Nāser, Jamal, 1918-1970ʿAbd an-Nāṣir, ǦamālʿAbd an-Nāṣir, Ǧamāl, 1918-1970ʿAbd an-Nāṣir, Jamāl 1918-1970Abd el-Nasser, GamalAbd-el-Nasser, Gamal 1918-1970ʻAbdannāṣir, Ǧamāl, 1918-1970Abdel-Nasser, GamalAbdel-Nasser Gamal 1918-1970Abdelnasser, Gamal, 1918-1970Abdul Nasser, Gamal.Abdul Nasser, Gamal 1918-1970al-*Nāṣir , Ǧamāl ʻAbdan-Nāṣir, Ǧamāl ʻAbd, 1918-1970Džamál Abd an-Násir, 1918-1970el-*Nasser , Gamal AbdǦamal ʿAbd-an-Nāṣir 1918-1970Gamal Abdel-Nasser, 1918-1970Naser, G. A., 1918-1970Naser, Gamal Abdel.Naser, Gamalʹ Abdelʹ, 1918-1970Nāṣir, Ǧamal ʿAbd al-Nāṣir, Ǧamāl ʻAbd al-, 1918-1970Nāṣir, Ğamāl ʿAbd- an 1918-1970Násir, Gamál Abdan, 1918-1970Nasir, Gamal Abdul.Nasir, Gamal Abdul 1918-1970Nasser, 1918-1970Nasser, Gamal A. 1918-1970Nasser, Gamal Abd-al 1918-1970Nasser, Ǧamāl ʿAbd-an-NāṣirNasser Ǧamāl ʿAbd-an-Nāṣir 1918-1970Nasser, Gamal Abd el-Nasser Gamal Abd el- 1918-1970Nasser, Gamal AbdelNasser Gamal Abdel 1918-1970Nasser, Gamal Abdel, Pres. United Arab Republic, 1918-1970Nasser , Gamal AbdulNasser, Gamal Abdul 1918-1970Nasser, Premier Gamal Abdul, 1918-1970Абдель Насер, Гамаль, 1918-1970Абдель Нассер, Гамаль, 1918-1970Абдуль Нассер, Гамаль, 1918-1970Насер, Гамаль Абдель, 1918-1970Насир, Гамаль Абд Ал-, 1918-1970Нассер, Гамаль Абдель, 1918-1970Нассер, Гамаль Абдуль, 1918-1970נאצר, ג'מאל עבדעבד אל־נאצר, ג׳מאלעבד אל נאצר, ג'מאלעבד אל נאצר, ג'מאל, 1918-1970עבד אלנאצר, ג'מאלاصر، جمال عبد الالناصر, جمال عبدجمال عبد الناصرجمال عبد الناصر، 1918-1970جمال عبد الناصر، 1970-1918‏عبد الناصر، جمال.عبد الناصر جمال 1918-1970عبد الناصر، جمال، 1970-1918عبد الناصر، جنالعبد ناصر، جمالعبدالناصر، جمالعبدالناصر، جمال، 1918-1970ماصر، جمال عبدالناصر، جمالناصر، جمال. 1918-1970ناصر، جمال عبدناصر، جمال عبد ، 1918-1970ناصر، جمال عبد الناصر، جمال عبد ال، 1918-1970ناصر، جمال عبد، رئيس الجمهورية العربية المتحدةناصر، جمال عبدالناصر، جمل عبدالنسر، گمل ابدلنصر.جمال عبدالナセルlccn-n80032688Lacouture, Jeanlccn-n81045286Haykal, Muḥammad Ḥasanaynauilccn-n50022433Stephens, Robert Henry1920-lccn-n50058197Copeland, Mileslccn-n50024494Nutting, Anthony1920-1999lccn-nr96013605Winckler, Onnviaf-164590544Podeh, Elielccn-n79068664Sadat, Anwar1918-1981lccn-n84182788Dekmejian, R. Hrair1933-lccn-n79065621Nkrumah, Kwame1909-1972Nasser, Gamal Abdel1918-1970HistoryPersonal narrativesNasser, Gamal Abdel,EgyptPolitical scienceDiplomatic relationsInternational relationsArab nationalismUnited StatesPhilosophyGreat BritainRevolution (Egypt : 1952)Nkrumah, Kwame,Norodom Sihanouk,--Prince,Bourguiba, Habib,PresidentsEisenhower, Dwight D.--(Dwight David),PanarabismUnited Arab RepublicArab countriesEgypt--Port SaidSocial historyApparitionsMary,--Blessed Virgin, SaintEgypt--CairoMilitary policyIsrael-Arab War (1967)Yemen, NorthYemen (Republic)Eisenhower doctrineAfricaSocialismIttiḥād al-Ishtirākī al-ʻArabī (Egypt)Public welfareSocial policyDemocracyRevolutionsStatesmenRelationsNeutralityRevolutions--PhilosophyWorld politicsCivilizationSyria191819701936193819501952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320142968517422893962DT107.83ocn794187439ocn407125774ocn882090702ocn800358561ocn005658532ocn661834189ocn661998378ocn765643417ocn765314961ocn577533418ocn774055070ocn773850371ocn773850370ocn460043046ocn577533428ocn765685927ocn765685873ocn661594647ocn765685475ocn765685752ocn661594886ocn658581235ocn764849429ocn661302760ocn459773217ocn18606878970921ocn000413134book19540.56Nasser, Gamal AbdelEgypt's liberation; the philosophy of the revolutionHistoryAccount of the Egyptian revolution and the philosophy behind it, by one of its main movers. Introduction by Dorothy Thompson42846ocn000261017book19360.74Nasser, Gamal AbdelThe philosophy of the revolutionHistoryPersonal narratives5924ocn023487451book19550.93Nasser, Gamal AbdelFalsafat al-thawrahHistory567ocn010546572book19620.94Nasser, Gamal AbdelThe charter559ocn008135867book19000.96Nasser, Gamal AbdelOn Africa415ocn034306654book19950.94Nasser, Gamal Abdelal-Majmūʻah al-kāmilah li-khuṭab wa-aḥādīth wa-taṣrīḥāt Jāmāl ʻAbd al-Nāṣir332ocn007476399serial0.94Nasser, Gamal AbdelSpeeches and press-interviews312ocn002326409book19720.63Nasser, Gamal AbdelNasser speaks, basic documentsHistory3112ocn023494234book19620.94Nasser, Gamal Abdelal-Mithāq304ocn023486959book19710.97Imām, ʻAbd Allāhal-Nāṣirīyah, dirāsah bi-al-wathāʼiq fī al-fikr al-Nāṣirī303ocn011757783book0.90Nasser, Gamal AbdelThe philosophy of the revolution, book IHistory293ocn023512836book19730.95Nasser, Gamal AbdelWathāʼiq ʻAbd al-Nāṣir : khuṭab, aḥādīth, taṣrīḥāt293ocn021947215book19750.97Nasser, Gamal Abdelal-Tanẓīm wa-al-ḥarakah : [al-muḥāḍarāt al-khāṣṣah bi-al-tanẓīm al-ṭalīʻī]292ocn012106798book19840.96Kāẓim, Ṣāfīnāzal-Khadīʻah al-Nāṣirīyah : min awrāq shaʻb Miṣr al-sirrīyah : shahādat muwāṭinah Misrīyah ʻalá sanawāt ʻāshatʹhā272ocn023487380book19720.97Nasser, Gamal AbdelʻAbd al-Nāṣir, al-fikr . wa-al-ṭarīq263ocn021439943book19730.98Nasser, Gamal AbdelMafhūm al-ʻamal al-siyāsī : lil-qiyādāt al-siyāsīyah faqaṭ263ocn000212682book19670.96Nasser, Gamal AbdelPresident Gamal Abdel Nasser on consolidation of the cause of world peace; speeches pronounced in international conferences and abroad and joint communiques with heads of state265ocn022152197book19640.95Nasser, Gamal AbdelʻAdam al-inḥiyāz253ocn021685178book19650.97Nasser, Gamal AbdelDīmuqrāṭīyah, min aqwāl al-Raʹīs Jamāl ʻAbd al-Nāṣir254ocn024842070book0.96Nasser, Gamal AbdelMajmūʻat khuṭab wa-taṣrīḥāt wa-bayānāt al-raʼīs Jamāl ʻAbd al-Nāṣir11726ocn000075754book19690.37Copeland, MilesThe game of nations; the amorality of power politics11575ocn000393978book19620.31Nutting, AnthonyNasser11028ocn000297027book19710.35Stephens, Robert HenryNasser; a political biographyHistory10442ocn077585878file20040.50Podeh, ElieRethinking Nasserism revolution and historical memory in modern EgyptHistory''An enormous amount of academic literature has been published on Nasserism since the 1950s and, to my mind, Rethinking Nasserism is without a doubt the last word on the subject. . . . An outstanding reappraisal of Nasserism as a major force in the 20th-century Middle East+-+295275863599810ocn000524007book19710.37Lacouture, JeanNasser, a biographyBiographyOm den egyptiske præsident Gamal Abdel Nasser (1918-1970)9153ocn000585778book19730.35Haykal, Muḥammad ḤasanaynThe Cairo documents; the inside story of Nasser and his relationship with world leaders, rebels, and statesmen8445ocn000155415book19710.50Dekmejian, R. HrairEgypt under Nasir; a study in political dynamics7254ocn000102823book19700.47Lacouture, JeanThe demigods: charismatic leadership in the third world6338ocn052766217book20040.26Aburish, Saïd KNasser : the last ArabBiography"Since the death of Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser in 1970, there has been no ideology to capture the imagination of the Arab world except Islamic fundamentalism. What we see today in the Middle East is a direct result of Western opposition to Nasser's Arab nationalist ideals and his belief in the supremacy of the secular state." "Nasser is a towering figure in Arab politics. When he refused to follow a strictly America line, the CIA tried to undermine him. He responded by throwing in his lot in with the Soviet Union, even though he was fervently anti-Communist. Nasser wanted to achieve a military par with Israel, to create a balance of power that would lead to peace and not to the '56 or '67 wars." "A dictator with a human bent, Nasser was extremely popular, and his pan-Arab ideology appealed to many and produced a brief chance for Arab unity and a cluster of relatively democratic, incorruptible governments." "Nowadays the Arab world is Islamic, anti-Western, and teetering on the edge of disaster. This searching account of Nasser's life asks whether the interests of the West and the Arab world are reconcilable. Although Nasser's ambitions came to an end because the West opposed him, what replaced him is infinitely more dangerous."--BOOK JACKET+-+K8313776855824ocn001512299book19600.35St. John, RobertThe boss; the story of Gamal Abdel NasserBiography of Nasser, written in a journalistic style, picturing him foremost as a shrewd, calculating, and clever man who becomes a ruthless dictator5678ocn042649698book20000.70Takeyh, RayThe origins of the Eisenhower Doctrine : the US, Britain, and Nasser's Egypt, 1953-57During the 1950s, Gamal Abdul Nasser dominated the political life of the Middle East. The Egyptian regime gave content to Arab desires for greater unity and reduction of external influences. The ideals of autonomy and progressive reform resonated throughout the region that had only recently achieved its formal independence. This was the age of Nasserism as Egypt embodied the Arab nationalists' hopes and calls for the construction of a new society. No one understood the power and appeal of Egypt better than President Dwight Eisenhower. Employing many declassified American and British documents, Takeyh examines the intricate containment policy. Along this path, Takeyh sketches Eisenhower's attempt to reconcile the demands of Britain's imperial strategies with the Arab decolonization movements. Contributing to the evolving 'Eisenhower revisionist' scholarship, Takeyh portrays a president in command of American policy as it sought to contain the Soviet moves in the Middle East, resolve the Arab-Israeli conflict and ultimately resuscitate Western influence in the Middle East in the aftermath of the Suez crisis+-+80055388853245424ocn057175269com20030.53McNamara, RobertBritain, Nasser and the balance of power in the Middle East, 1952-1967 from the Egyptian revolution to the Six-Day WarThis study is a multi-archival documentary history of British policy towards Nasser's Egypt under the Churchill, Eden, Macmillan, Home and Wilson governments. It makes wide-ranging use of recently released British and American documentary sources, as well as a comprehensive survey of the published secondary sources. The primary focus of the study is an enquiry into the causes of the Anglo-Egyptian Cold War from 1952 to 1967. These include the influence of history, Suez, the clash of a declining power, Britain, and a rising power, Egypt, as well as the role of personality. The book argues that the key factor was a real clash of national interests between Britain and Egypt. The national interests at variance were Britain's requirements for bases in the Middle East to protect its oil and as staging posts for its East of Suez role. These ran contrary to the Egyptian foreign policy goals of regional predominance and opposition to imperialism.; As a result of the 1967 Middle Eastern war, Egypt's priority became the restoration of lost territory while the growing economic problems of Britain as illustrated by her devaluation of the pound led to the abandonment of its Middle Eastern positions+-+15804985755312ocn003912563book19780.59Vatikiotis, P. JNasser and his generationBiography4924ocn046882738book20010.66Jankowski, James PNasser's Egypt, Arab nationalism, and the United Arab RepublicHistory+-+39851733064085ocn806013186file20130.66Belli, Mériam NAn incurable past : Nasser's Egypt then and nowHistoryA look at the interplay between human experience and its cultural representations in mid-twentieth-century Egypt3903ocn792880988book20130.63Ferris, JesseNasser's gamble : how intervention in Yemen caused the Six-Day War and the decline of Egyptian powerHistoryNasser's Gamble draws on declassified documents from six countries and original material in Arabic, German, Hebrew, and Russian to present a new understanding of Egypt's disastrous five-year intervention in Yemen, which Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser later referred to as ""my Vietnam."" Jesse Ferris argues that Nasser's attempt to export the Egyptian revolution to Yemen played a decisive role in destabilizing Egypt's relations with the Cold War powers, tarnishing its image in the Arab world, ruining its economy, and driving its rulers to instigate the fatal series of missteps3891ocn001226176book19570.53Sadat, AnwarRevolt on the NileHistory3754ocn000595350book19720.53Du Bois, Shirley GrahamGamal Abdel Nasser, son of the Nile; a biographyBiographyBiography of Nasser, presenting him within the framework of Egyptian history3602ocn023765631book19910.63Woodward, PeterNasser+-+94388573053243414ocn001287036book19590.47Wynn, WiltonNasser of Egypt; the search for dignity+-+K831377685Thu Oct 16 15:51:32 EDT 2014batch63604