Office of the Historian, Bureau of Public Affairs, United States Department of State; Glennon, John P., et al. (eds.)
Foreign Relations of the United States, 1958-1960. Volume XIII: Arab-Israeli Dispute; United Arab Republic; North Africa
Hard Cover, Washington, D.C. United States Government Printing Office, 1992. Near Fine with no dust jacket.
Cloth over boards is very clean. Square, tight, very crisp binding. Clean and bright pages. Corners bumped. ; Documents for the period 1958-1960 on United States policy regarding the Arab-Israeli dispute (Israeli requests for arms and economic assistance; the question of refugees; the problem of Jordan River water diversion; Israeli Prime Minister David Ben Gurion's visit to the US in 1960) ; U. S. Recognition of the United Arab Republic; North Africa; Algeria (nationalist rebellion, impact on NATO and relations with France, FLN and Provisional Algerian Government; U. N. Discussion of Algeria) ; Libya; Morocco; Tunisia (Good Offices Mission, requests for U. S. Arms, economic assistance, Eisenhower's visit). Lists of abbreviations, persons, short titles, sources; index. The Foreign Relations of the United States series, produced by the State Department's Office of the Historian, serves as the official documentary historical record of major U. S. Foreign policy decisions and significant diplomatic activity. The series contains declassified records from all the foreign affairs agencies of the United States. ; 9.5" (23.5 cm) tall; 928 pages.