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by Robert B Reppa

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bilateral relationships and effect on the Indian Ocean Basin. Published 1974 by Praeger in New York. Foreign relations, Politics and government. Bibliography: p. 165-187. Developed from the author's thesis, University of Maryland, College Park. Praeger special studies in international politics and government.

Relations between Israel and Iran have alternated from close political alliances between the two states during the era of the . Largely neglected by traditional scholarship on the Arab-Israeli condition, the Zionist-Lebanese relationship from 1900 to 1948 was surprisingly active and amicable.

Relations between Israel and Iran have alternated from close political alliances between the two states during the era of the Pahlavi dynasty to hostility following the rise to power of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. While Iran was the second Muslim-majority country to recognize Israel, the two states do not currently have diplomatic relations with each other, due to Iran's withdrawal of its recognition of Israel.

Nonetheless, the Israeli government thought that the storm might pass and that it would therefore be best to retain a presence in Iran.

Bilateral Relationships and Effect on the Indian Ocean Basin, 1975, New York: Praeger Publishers, p. 73). Especially after the Six Day War in 1967, Israel was also viewed by Iran as a regional power better befriended than alienated. Curiously, this strange relationship satisfied both sides because of their cultural peculiarities. Nonetheless, the Israeli government thought that the storm might pass and that it would therefore be best to retain a presence in Iran.

3 For discussions on the bilateral relations, see Sohrab Sobhani, The Pragmatic Entente: Israeli-Iranian Relations, 1948–1988 (New York: Praeger, 1989); Robert B Reppa, Israel and Iran: Bilateral Relationships and Effect on the Indian Ocean Basin (New York: Praeger Publishers.

3 For discussions on the bilateral relations, see Sohrab Sobhani, The Pragmatic Entente: Israeli-Iranian Relations, 1948–1988 (New York: Praeger, 1989); Robert B Reppa, Israel and Iran: Bilateral Relationships and Effect on the Indian Ocean Basin (New York: Praeger Publishers, 1974); Trita Parsi, Treacherous Alliance: The Secret Dealings of Iran, Israel and the United States (Yale University Press, 2007)

On Israeli–Iranian relations during the Shah regime see Parsi, Treacherous Alliance; Sohrab Sobhani, The Pragmatic Entente: Israeli–Iranian Relations, 1948–1988 (New York: Praeger, 1989); Reppa, Robert, Israel and Iran: Bilateral Relationships and Effect on the Indian Ocean Basin (New York: Praeger, 1974); Ramazani, R. Iran and the Arab-Israeli Conflict, Middle East Journal 3 (1978).

cooperation 14 Robert B. Reppa, S. Israel and Iran: Bilateral Relationships and Effect on the Indian Ocean Basin (Praeger Publishers, 1974) Trita Parsi, Treacherous Alliance

Pre-1979 Iranian-Israeli Security Cooperation One of the first and most significant areas of Iranian-Israeli cooperation in the prerevolutionary years was in regional security concerns

The relationship between Israel and Iran has since the very inception of the . Robert B. Reppa, Israel and Iran: Bilateral Relations and Effect on the Indian Ocean Basin, New York, 1974.

In 1947, serving on the UN Special Committee for Palestine, Persia was one of the three states that voted against Palestine’s partition, favoring a federal solution.

Israel and Saudi Arabia-became centres around which India’s new West . India and Iran on the price of the gas or between India and Pakistan on the tariff to be paid for transporta-. tion across latter’s territory.

Israel and Saudi Arabia-became centres around which India’s new West Asia policy took shape. The end of the Cold War presented both India and Iran with new challenges and opportunities. Two major bilateral agreements constitute the framework for India–Iran relations in recent years. Due to the uncertainties involving this pipeline, the Indian government’s.

International Advisory Board Founder of the Center and Chairman of the .

International Advisory Board Founder of the Center and Chairman of the Advisory Board: Dr. Thomas O. Hecht Vice Chairman: Mr. Saul Koschitzky Members: Prof. Moshe Arens, Ms. Marion Hecht, Mr. Robert Hecht, Prof. The Belt and Road initiative does not immediately bring Greece and Israel closer. The year 2006 was critical for the bilateral relationship not only because it was upgraded to a strategic partnership but also due to the visit of Greek Premier Costas Karamanlis to China.


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