US foreign policy and the Iranian Revolution : the Cold War dynamics of engagement and strategic alliance

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US foreign policy and the Iranian Revolution : the Cold War dynamics of engagement and strategic alliance

Christian Emery

Palgrave Macmillan, 2013

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United States foreign policy and the Iranian Revolution : the Cold War dynamics of engagement and strategic alliance

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Bibliography: p. 248-261

Includes index

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This book provides a fresh perspective on the origins of the confrontation between the US and Iran. It demonstrates that, contrary to the claims of Iran's leaders, there was no instinctive American hostility towards the Revolution, and explains why many assumptions guiding US policy were inappropriate for dealing with the new reality in Iran.

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Introduction PART I: THE ORIGINS OF ENGAGEMENT 1. The Collapse of US Policy 1977-79 2. Framing the Revolution as a Cold War Crisis 3. US-Iranian Elite Interactions and the Pathologies of Engagement PART II: THE DYNAMICS OF ENGAGEMENT 4. Putting Engagement into Practise 5. The CIA and Engagement PART III: ENGAGEMENT HELD HOSTAGE 6. Re-evaluating US Policy after the Hostage Crisis 7. Viewing Afghanistan through the prism of Iran 8. US Policy and the Iran-Iraq War 1980-81 Conclusion Appendix: Note on Primary Sources

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