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    Gil Feiler
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Economic Relations Between Egypt and the Gulf Oil States, 1967-2000: Petro-wealth and Patterns of Influence. Sussex Academic Press, 1 Oca 2003 - 407 sayfa. The book analyses the effects economic aid and cooperation had on the political relation- ship between the two sides, and on President Sadat's peace initiative with Israel. He has published with Kluwer Law and the Economic Intelligence Unit.

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Economic Relations Between Egypt and the Gulf Oil States, 1967-2000 : Petro Wealth and Patterns of Influence.

Feiler tells the story of what happened next, assembling a coherent tale from scattered and not always consistent sources. He shows that Egypt and the Arab oil states did have an intense economic interaction.

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Economic Relations between Egypt and the Gulf Oil States, 1967–2000: Petro Wealth and Patterns of Influence. Sussex Academic Press, Brighton. Hafez, H. and Ghaly A. (2012). The Arab Spring and Migration in Egypt: One Year on: Impacts, Perceptions and Attitudes. Hakimian, . and Moshaver, Z. (2001). The State and Global Change: The Political Economy of Transition in the Middle East and North Africa. Westview Press, Boulder, C. oogle Scholar.

Economic Relations Between Egypt and the Gulf Oil States, 1967-2000: Petro Wealth and Patterns of Influence. The upheaval in oil prices in the early 1970s gave rise to major changes in inter-Arab relations. While the oil-producing countries became rich and their citizens enjoyed one of the highest standard. More).

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Download PDF book format. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Economic relations between Egypt and the Gulf oil states, 1967-2000 : petro wealth and patterns of influence Gil Feiler. Aid to Egypt, 1967-1978 Arab investment in Egypt Labor migration to Arab oil countries Aid policy of the Arab oil countries toward Egypt : containment and the construction of Arab unity Egypt and the Arab petro-dollar influence Egypt and the Gulf states, 1985-2000 Arab aid : the shifting equation. Geographic Name: Egypt Foreign economic relations.

The upheaval in oil prices in the early 1970s gave rise to major changes in inter-Arab relations. While the oil-producing countries became rich and their citizens enjoyed one of the highest standards of living in the world, the Arab World's cultural and historical leader, Egypt, was enmeshed in an economic morass, barely managing to finance the import of foodstuffs for her population and at the forefront of the Arab confrontation with Israel. The author provides a unique insight into a virtually unseen current that has shaped Middle East war and politics for over 30 years by explaining the intricate and ever shifting relationship between Egypt and the immensely wealthy Arab Gulf newcomers. The efforts of the Gulf states to exert political and cultural influence over Egypt through use of their oil revenues is described in detail, alongside concurrent Egyptian efforts to redistribute the oil wealth while maintaining complete policy independence and primacy. Drawing on previously unpublished reports, and on first-hand interviews with key persons throughout the region (including two Egyptian premiers), the book provides a first-time look at the full extent of the economic ties, at the inner workings of the relations, and at their long-term impact. New data and analysis shows the underlying logic and impact of this relationship, and the powerful interplay and the shifting balance of power. The book analyzes the effects economic aid and cooperation had on the political relationship between the two sides and on President Sadat's peace initiative with Israel. It provides a wealth of new data and original and insightful analysis, and fills an important gap in our understanding of the inner economic workings of the modern Arab world.