This monograph analyzes the politics of the Soviet Union during the twelve months following the Camp David Agreements. It also outlines the criticisms directed by the USSR towards the three parties involved in the agreement and the USSR’s efforts to oppose Camp David. The paper sheds light on the opportunities and problems faced by Soviet policy-makers as a result of Camp David, as well as the choices that arose for the USSR in its wake. Finally, the study also evaluates the effect of Camp David on Soviet-Arab bilateral and multi-lateral relations.
The Soviet Union and Camp David
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العلاقات العربية الروسية
العلاقات العربية السوفياتية
علاقات الدول العربية بالاتحاد السوفياتي