Ideology and Grand Strategy in the Arab-Israeli Conflict: Syria and Israel, 1963-1973

Yarnell, Brent E.

According to neorealism, states are rational actors whose overriding objective is survival, and who formulate their foreign policies based on calculations of the balance of power. The history of Syrian and Israeli foreign policy, however, demonstrates that ideology often plays an important role in identifying the political objectives states pursue on the international arena as well as... read more

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