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Eisenhower Doctrine

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  • Two days after the cease-fire in Egypt, Ike had outlined in his diary a Middle East strategy, eventually called the Eisenhower Doctrine.

    Eisenhower 1956

  • Two days after the cease-fire in Egypt, Ike had outlined in his diary a Middle East strategy, eventually called the Eisenhower Doctrine.

    Eisenhower 1956

  • His historic reshaping of American policy toward the region, enshrined in the Eisenhower Doctrine passed by Congress in 1957, still informs the current policy debate.

    Eisenhower 1956

  • This directive from Eisenhower resulted in State Department officials, over the coming six weeks, preparing a series of papers on the American position in the Middle East, moving toward preparation of the Eisenhower Doctrine.

    Eisenhower 1956

  • This directive from Eisenhower resulted in State Department officials, over the coming six weeks, preparing a series of papers on the American position in the Middle East, moving toward preparation of the Eisenhower Doctrine.

    Eisenhower 1956

  • Historians have often emphasized the portions of the Eisenhower Doctrine, as finally passed by Congress in 1957, that justified American military intervention in the Middle East.

    Eisenhower 1956

  • Historians have often emphasized the portions of the Eisenhower Doctrine, as finally passed by Congress in 1957, that justified American military intervention in the Middle East.

    Eisenhower 1956

  • His historic reshaping of American policy toward the region, enshrined in the Eisenhower Doctrine passed by Congress in 1957, still informs the current policy debate.

    Eisenhower 1956

  • To a considerable extent, in fact, the great postwar strategic pronouncements -- the Truman Doctrine, the Eisenhower Doctrine, the Nixon Doctrine, and especially the Carter Doctrine -- were all tied to the protection of these “filling stations.”

    Michael T. Klare: Twenty-First Century Energy Superpower: China, Energy, and Global Power

  • To a considerable extent, in fact, the great postwar strategic pronouncements -- the Truman Doctrine, the Eisenhower Doctrine, the Nixon Doctrine, and especially the Carter Doctrine -- were all tied to the protection of these “filling stations.”

    Michael T. Klare: Twenty-First Century Energy Superpower: China, Energy, and Global Power

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