U.S. Foreign Relations With The Middle East And North Africa
U.S. Foreign Relations with the Middle East and North Africa
This volume updates and expands the authors' 1994 title U.S. Foreign Relations with the Middle East and North Africa: A Bibliography. Nearly 3,500 discrete professional or scholarly sources are compiled in this new volume, mostly in Western languages. Titles are organized by carefully chosen descriptors, which reflect general categories while simultaneously focusing as closely as possible on the individual sources. Accessibility of the sources is further augmented by both a subject and an author index. With an abundance of sources, this new volume brings the previous texts up-to-date, maintaining the strengths of the earlier volume.
From Library Journal
One of the most critical areas for research today is the Middle East and North Africa, and with new technology giving us access to a plethora of information, it is a blessing to have people who will search the material for us and make it available in a convenient form. Included in the above bibliographies are not only books, but also microforms, essays, journal articles, unpublished theses and dissertations, government documents, etc. The first is a new edition of U.S. Foreign Policy and the Middle East/North Africa: A Bibliography...