Bondi in the Sinai Australia, the MFO and the Politics of Participation
Rodney Gouttman (Author)
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This book reveals the political atmospherics behind Australia's involvement in the American-inspired Multi-national and Observers' Force in the Sinai. A child of the Egypt/Israel peace pact of 1979, the Force's lack of United Nations approval proved a formidable barrier for a skeptical Australian audience. Australia's inclusion in the NFO would not have been possible without the singular efforts of her staunchly anti-Communist Prime Minister, Malcolm Fraser. Background factors examined include resentment of the American Alliance, changing attitudes to the Middle East peace process, and the emotional fall-out of the Vietnam War. This book deals with previously unpublished contemporary material in a holist political analysis.
About the Author
Rodney Gouttman is Doctor, Faculty of Education at the University of South Australia, Underdale Campus.
- Contributor: Rodney Gouttman
- Imprint: University Press of America
- ISBN13: 9780761804581
- Number of Pages: 202
- Packaged Dimensions: 145x221x16mm
- Packaged Weight: 376
- Format: Hardback
- Publisher: University Press of America
- Release Date: 1996-10-10
- Binding: Hardback
- Biography: Rodney Gouttman is Doctor, Faculty of Education at the University of South Australia, Underdale Campus.
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