Oil and the Persian Gulf in Soviet Policy in the 1970s,
RAND CORP SANTA MONICA CALIF
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The security of Middle East oil supplies has been of great concern to the non-communist world since the Arab-Israel war in June 1967. The closure of the Suez Canal and the abortive attempt at an Arab boycott were a prelude to ultimately more significant development. A discussion is made of how the USSR may be interested in Middle East oil, and for what purposes and under what circumstances.
- Government and Political Science