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Israeli-Latin American relations

by Edy Kaufman

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Published by Transaction Books in New Brunswick, N.J .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Latin America,
  • Israel
    • Subjects:
    • Latin America -- Foreign relations -- Israel.,
    • Israel -- Foreign relations -- Latin America.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementEdy Kaufman, Yoram Shapira, Joel Barromi.
      ContributionsShapira, Yoram, 1940- joint author., Barromi, Joel, 1920- joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF1416.I75 K38
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii, 256 p. :
      Number of Pages256
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4565665M
      ISBN 100878552103
      LC Control Number77080861

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This study aims to present a comprehensive analysis of the patterns of continuity and change in Israel's relations with Latin America over a twenty-five year period, from the creation of the state to the October War,The authors provide a factual survey of Israeli-Latin American relations book developments in Israeli-Latin American relations since - and evaluate the attitudes of Latin American decision makers toward : Hardcover.

This study aims to present a comprehensive analysis of the patterns of continuity and change in Israel's relations with Latin America over a twenty-five year period, from the creation of the state to the October War,The authors provide a factual survey of major developments in Israeli-Latin American relations since - and evaluate the attitudes of Latin American decision makers toward Israel.

This study aims to present a comprehensive analysis of the patterns of continuity and change in Israel's relations with Latin America over a twenty-five year period, from the creation of the state to the October War, The authors provide a factual survey of major developments in Israeli-Latin American relations since -- and evaluate the attitudes of Latin American decision makers toward Israel.5/5(1).

Edy Kaufman, Department of International Relations, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Yoram Shapiro, Latin American Studies Department, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Joe] Barromi, Director, UN Department of the Israeli-Latin American relations book for Foreign Affairs, IsraelInteraction with Latin America has held varying degrees of importance in Israel's foreign relations.

This study aims to present a comprehensive. The increasing pressure that oil-poor Latin American countries must feel from Arab quarters has probably had a significant impact on Israeli–Latin American relations. While the book does cover a subject which has rarely been researched before, it would not be appropriate to state that it has filled a gap merely in the literature on Latin : Mitchell A.

Seligson. The book I chose is by William Quandt, who is a former government official and also a distinguished academic.

His book is a careful, detailed, systematic and objective look at American involvement in the Israeli-Arab peace process from the s onwards. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Responsibility: Edy Kaufman, Yoram Shapira, Joel Barromi.

A naïve reading of Israeli-Latin American relations after the consolidation of the Israeli alliance with the United States would have run something like: a) Israel now has an asymmetric strategic alliance with the United States. b) Since its founding, Israel has had excellent relations with most of Latin America.

Relations with Israel have proved to be a crucial factor in the policy of the United States government in the Middle East. Links have developed from an initial U.S. policy of support for the creation of a Jewish state to an economic and military partnership. This book surveys discourse and opinion in the United States toward the Arab-Israeli conflict since Contrary to popular myth, it demonstrates that U.S.

support for Israel is not based on the. The book continues with impressions and interpretations of what an American sees visiting Israel, and leads into specific scenes on the street, in stores and government offices, and finally, in the workplace. Covers Americans working and doing business in Israel, as well as Israelis representing their companies in by: Downloadable.

This document is the paper-format version of the keynote address delivered by its author on August 2,to the opening session of the Latin American section (AMILAT) of the 15th World Congress of Jewish Studies, at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

It attempts to understand the long-term shift towards the worse of Israeli- Latin American relations, which started with an. It attempts to understand the long-term shift towards the worse of Israeli- Latin American relations, which started with an almost unqualified support for the establishment of the State of Israel Author: Carlos Escudé.

Abstract. Tucked away in an article on Israeli-Latin American relations written by a former Israeli ambassador to Bolivia and Peru is the passing remark that “a considerable percentage of Israeli defense industry exports go to Latin America” and that “for obvious reasons very little has been published about this subject.” 1 It is true that, aside from fragmentary coverage in press Author: Bishara Bahbah, Linda Butler.

Latin America Foreign Policy towards the Middle East: Actors, Context and Trends. New York: Middle East Today, Dan Senor, Saul Singer.

Start- Up Nation: The Story of Israel’s Economic Mircle. Boston, New York: A Council on Foreign Relation Book. Boston, Edy Kaufman, Yoram Shapira, Joel Barromi. Israeli- Latin American Relations.

“Our relations with the countries of Latin America are obviously changing very rapidly for the better,” Netanyahu said. Last year, Netanyahu toured. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bahbah, Bishara. Israel and Latin America. Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan, © (OCoLC) An analysis of Latin American political support for Israel through voting in international bodies, concluding that "the pay-offs in terms of Latin American support for Israel have been consistently higher than those of Afro-Asian countries, where Israel invested greater resources." This is most true of the smaller countries such as Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Guatemala and Uruguay, and least.

Latin America has become the primary export market for the Israeli arms industry, 18 countries having obtained armaments from that source.

The author of this study-in-depth asserts, in fact, that the military component now dominates Israeli-Latin American relations, creating a subtle web of influence that is a tribute to realpolitik.

Diaspora: Mapping South America in the Arab-Israeli Conflict, JOHN TOFIK KARAM* Israeli-Latin American Relations (New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books, ). John Tofik Karam South America.1 By the s and s, historians and social scientists had.

This book includes a glowing account of Israeli-Latin American military relations as they developed in the s and early s. [83] Benjamin Beit Hallahmi, New York Times, January 6, [84] New York Times, Decem Carlos Andrés Escudé Carvajal (born ) is an Argentine political scientist and author, who during the s served as special advisor to one of Argentina's most distinguished Foreign Ministers - Guido di such, he advised on Argentine foreign policy strategy vis-à-vis the Western powers particularly in the wake of the Falklands War.

Missing: Israeli-Latin American relations.Edy Kaufman is the author of עלייתם ונפילתם של משטרים צבאיים באמריקה הלטינית ( avg rating, 1 rating, 1 review), Crisis in Allende's Chile ( avg r /5(2).