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Sadat and his statecraft

by Felipe FernaМЃndez-Armesto

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Published by Kensal Press in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Egypt
    • Subjects:
    • Sadat, Anwar, 1918-,
    • Presidents -- Egypt -- Biography

    • Edition Notes

      StatementFelipe Fernández-Armesto.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT107.828.S23 F47 1982
      The Physical Object
      Pagination196 p. ;
      Number of Pages196
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3054114M
      ISBN 100946041008
      LC Control Number82148671
      OCLC/WorldCa9466250

      Anwar Sadat. Head of State (Dec — 6-Oct) SUBJECT OF BOOKS. Shaheen Ayubi. Nasser and Sadat: Decision Making and Foreign Policy, University Press of America. pp. Sadat and His Statecraft. London: Kensal Press. pp. Joseph Finklestone. Sadat and His Legacy Egypt and the World, and discussion about Sadat the man, his strategy at home and abroad, and his legacy for Egypt and the wider Middle East. Book Details Author: Jon Alterman.

      See all books authored by Felipe Fernández-Armesto, including Food: A History, and Pathfinders: A Global History of Exploration, and more on Sadat and His Statecraft. Felipe Fernández-Armesto $ History Notes, Volume II. Felipe Fernández-Armesto $ Ten Commandments of Statecraft, by James Humes, dated ?, excerpts by Richard Nixon, Tired of media reports of fundraising and poll results instead of policy issues? At , you can see the view of every candidate on every issue.

      Statecraft as Soulcraft was the right book at the right time for me. I've been thinking deeply about politics and the structure of our society, and this book put in the most articulate and complete terms what I feel I've been chewing on/5. Western spellings. For example, al-Sadat in Arabic becomes el-Sadat in English, but when Sadat’s name appears without the “al” then the “el” is not added. 1. Primary Sources: Before becoming President, Sadat authored different books that sought, among other things, to explain and justify the Egyptian Revolution. They were designed.


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Sadat and his statecraft. [Felipe Fernández-Armesto] Anwar Sadat; Anouar el Sadate; Anwar Sadat: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Felipe Fernández-Armesto.

Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fernández-Armesto, Felipe. Sadat and his statecraft. Windsor Forest, Berkshire. "Thomas W. Lippman very ably reveals the contours of President Anwar Sadat, a central character to this period of Middle Eastern statecraft, who took on the Arab world in his quest for peace with Israel and challenged the superpowers' assumptions about policy-making, both domestically and on the world stageBrand: Potomac Books.

The purpose of this paper is to analyze the strategy and statecraft of Anwar Sadat with respect to the October war with Israel. Sadat's strategy is. Format: Hardcover The book describes Sadat in polite and balanced sentences befitting foreigner author foreign to the feelings of the majority of the Egyptian people in particular, and the Arabs in general.

Sadat graduated from the `Royal' Military Academy (Signal Corps) in Cited by: 5. Thomas W. Lippman very ably reveals the contours of President Anwar Sadat, a central character to this period of Middle Eastern statecraft, who took on the Arab world in his quest for peace with Israel and challenged Sadat and his statecraft book superpowers' assumptions about policy-making, both domestically and on Author: Howard A.

Patten. I remember the day El Sadat was assassinated. I have spent time in the middle East, but it was not until I read the book I realised what and incredible individual Anwar Sadat was and the contribution he made to world history and wold peace.

His whole life story is driven by doing the right thing for his nation without compromising his fellow man/5(27). Recent donations featured on our Special Price table include "Sadat and His Statecraft," "The Inn at Little Washington" (an oversize book), and "No Disrespect" by Sister Souljah.

Anwar Sadat, in full Muhammad Anwar el-Sadat, Sadat also spelled Sādāt, el-Sadat also spelled al-Sadat, (born DecemMīt Abū al Kawm, Al-Minūfiyyah governorate, Egypt—died October 6,Cairo), Egyptian army officer and politician who was president of Egypt from until his assassination in He initiated serious peace negotiations with Israel, an achievement for.

Early life and revolutionary activities. Anwar Sadat was born on 25 December (Christmas day) in Mit Abu El Kom, Monufia, Egypt to a poor family, one of 13 brothers and sisters. One of his brothers, Atef Sadat, later became a pilot and was killed in action during the October War of His father, Anwar Mohammed El Sadat was an Upper Egyptian, and his mother, Sit Al-Berain, was Sudanese Political party: National Democratic Party.

Anwar al- Sadat (änwär´ äl-sädät´), –81, Egyptian political leader and president (–81).He entered () Abbasia Military Academy, where he became friendly with Gamal Abdal Nasser and other fellow cadets committed to Egyptian nationalism. A German agent during World War II, he was imprisoned () by the British but escaped after two years in jail.

Good +/Good +. Book has been read, spine creased at top, edges faded, light wear also to block edges, pages clean. Dustwrapper is clean with light wear and chipping to edges. Memoir of Egyptian President published in the aftermath of his historic visit to Israel.

Catalogue: Political Biography. Keywords: Nasser, Egypt, Arab, Knesset. "Thomas W. Lippman very ably reveals the contours of President Anwar Sadat, a central character to this period of Middle Eastern statecraft, who took on the Arab world in his quest for peace with Israel and challenged the superpowers' assumptions about policy-making, both domestically and on the world stage.

Ross is the author of several influential books on the peace process, the Middle East, and international relations.

His most recent book, co-written with his Washington Institute colleague David Makovsky, is Be Strong and of Good Courage: How Israel’s Most Important Leaders Shaped Its Destiny (PublicAffairs, September ).

The book. In Search for Identity, Sadat mentions that while in prison he read an article on psychology in Reader's Digest that changed his life.(3) His professing a taste for what many would consider pedestrian reading material contrasts sharply with his predecessor, whose book Philosophy of the Revolution drops the name of a Luigi Pirandello play that.

A critical study of an important world leader, Sadat and His Statecraft is, in the author's words, "an attempt at an interim assessment of Sadat's achievements, an anatomy of his statecraft, and a search for an explanation of the spiritual and intellectual sources of his approach to politics.

" Thus we have here a short but comprehensive study of the. 4 Origin of Arthasastra Kautilya was from 'kutil gotra'9, hence the name Kautilya. Since he was born at Chanaka and his father's name was also Chanaka, he came to be known as Chanakya (Rao, ) Kautilya's Arthasastra is a compendium of and commentary on the then existing texts on polity and statecraft Kautilya presented them in a coherent and systematic manner and refined them on the File Size: KB.

Sadat had a clear vision of his political objectives for the war, and he achieved those objectives not by decisive military action, but by opening the door for a U.S.- mediated peace process. The focus of this paper is statecraft, not generalship. Egypt - Egypt - The Sadat regime: Nasser died on Septemand was succeeded by his vice president, Sadat, himself a Free Officer.

Although then viewed as an interim figure, Sadat soon revealed unexpected gifts for political survival. In May he outmaneuvered a formidable combination of rivals for power, calling his victory the “Corrective Revolution.”. Providing an in-depth analysis of Israeli statecraft challenges and responses, this interdisciplinary book integrates social science and security studies with public policy approaches within a long-term historical perspective on the Arab-Israeli conflict.

Anwar el-Sadat was the president of Egypt from who shared the Nobel Peace Prize for establishing peace agreements with :   The Arthashastra Summary – The western world generally assumes that ancient Indian literature lacked in strategic thinking.

However, if we carefully examine some of the literature after the second urbanisation (emergence of the janapads) of the subcontinent we find a lot of material which tells us that ancient Indian writers were not devoid of the capability of writing treatises on.Sadat Hossain was born In Kalkini, Madaripur, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

He studied anthropology at Jahangirnagar University. Career. He was a photojournalist in a newspaper. Then the editor told him that he should write the story of those photos. Eventually, with these he published his first book in named Golpochobi.

Then, he started to write the Born: 29 June (age 35), Madaripur, Dhaka.