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Mahendra Pratap Rana

Published by Academic Excellence, Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8188684082 ISBN 13: 9788188684083

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About this Item: Academic Excellence, Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. National movements of Egypt and India an overview. 3. Socio economic and educational background of leaders. 4. Mobilization methodology and politics. 5. National movements divisions and role of leaders. 6. Conclusion. Appendix. Bibliography. Index. Egypt and India Nationalism in a Comparative Perspective attempts to give a composite picture of the complex and variegated process of nationalism and its various manifestations in Egypt and India. The book covers a period beginning with the advent of colonial powers till the independence of Egypt and India. The study also covers the transformation that has taken place in Egyptian as well as in Indian societies during this period. The main object of the study is to bring out book covering nature of Egyptian and Indian national movements the characteristics and the role of leadership socio economic and educational background of leaders methods and tactics constitutional developments and divisions in national movement in terms of region religion and caste etc. This is the first book based on comparative study of two national movements being presented before the scholars. 213 pp. Seller Inventory # 55381

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Mahendra Pratap Rana

Published by Academic Excellence, Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8188684066 ISBN 13: 9788188684069

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About this Item: Academic Excellence, Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Egypt and Libya conflict and cooperation. 3. Egypt Libya strategy for consolidation of power. 4. Libyan isolation in North Africa. 5. Libya regional alliance and the U.S. Policy. 6. Egypt and Libya in Gulf War. 7. Conclusion. Bibliography. Index. The book Egypt and Libya Propaganda and Persuasion for Survival has been written to highlight those commonalties and the issue having common ethnic religious and linguistic bonds which brought them in conflicting situation. Historical political and economic aspects besides the role of western powers and particularly the US in distablising the regional balances have been discussed in this book. The book has been divided in seven chapters. The first chapter begins with detailed introduction about the subject. The study in its second chapter gives an overview on Arab unity process failed earlier has shown a sign of unity after the creation of Arab League. In third chapter an attempt has been made to discuss the relationship between Egypt and Libya and the issues which brought them in war like situation. Prior to the differences of opinions as to how both the countries talked about unity among the Arab countries. Fourth chapter is a detailed description as to why Libya was isolated in North African region Quaddafi's assurance to Anwar al Sadat to deliver oil to Egypt in a situation of cease fire but his refusal to do so when ease fire was materialised. The Libyan conspiracy against Egypt terrorist activities and the role of the press has been discussed in this chapter. Chapter fifth focusses on the relations between Egypt and Libya in the past and emergence of a new alliance after the assassination of Egyptian President Sadat in October 1981 and the US response in changing relations between Libya and Egypt. The sixth chapter is an analysis highlighting Lockerbie incident the US naming Libya for explosion in Boeing 747 121 Libya called for UN intervention negotiations about border between the British Iraq Kuwait and Saudi Arabia the unresolved border dispute leads to Gulf War imposition of economic sanction on Iraq Libyan vote in UN Security Council against the resolution and he demonstration staged against the US sponsored Operation Desert Storm by Algeria Morocco Tunisia Mauritania and Libya. The seventh and last chapter is a summary of the entire book. 167 pp. Seller Inventory # 58951

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