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By Abraham Ben-Zvi

This e-book demonstrates that the origins of the US-Israeli alliance lay within the former's crisis over Egyptian impact in Jordan, contrasting with the widely-held view of the importance of the Six Day battle. The American-Israeli Alliance should be of significant curiosity to scholars of heart East stories, historical past, and politics.

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Of the Soviet threat,”60 with the prospects of Syria “becoming a Soviet satellite, whose destinies are directed by Moscow,”61 perceived in Washington as real and imminent. Nor could it remain oblivious any longer to the threat to Israel’s security, which was inherent in the growing military ties between Syria and Egypt. Indeed, against the backdrop of a highly charged and fragmented regional setting, and with Syria – now a staunchly pro-Soviet power – becoming engaged in provocative acts against its neighbors (including Israel), American policy-makers became increasingly predisposed to view Israel as both a potential victim and a potential strategic asset to The road to the July 1958 crisis 25 American interests.

There might be a deliberate provocation of Israel by anti-Hussein forces. . The secretary welcomed Israel’s council. . We were not warning Israel. . If the US decided to act . . ”46 In his meeting of May 2, 1957, with Ambassador Eban, Acting Secretary of State Christian A. Herter expressed full understanding of Israel’s security concerns emanating from the Jordanian crisis and, for the first time, called for a continued American–Israeli strategic dialogue on regional issues. According to the memorandum of the conversation: Mr.

43 In the administration’s thinking, Israel had, therefore, to be at least informally reassured as a means of safeguarding its continued restraint and abstention in the face of domestic turmoil across its Eastern border. The Eisenhower presidency, which in the not too distant past relied upon the strategies of deterrence and coercion as its preferred methods for influencing Israeli behavior, was now prepared – in view of the imminent danger to the existence of the Hashemite Kingdom – to set aside any remaining trace of its accommodative posture toward Egypt (and Syria) for the sake of signaling, by word and deed, its commitment to the Jordanian king.

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