Robert Freedman (political scientist)

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Robert Freedman (Robert O. Freedman, Robert Owen Freedman) is an American political scientist who holds appointments at Baltimore Hebrew University and at the Johns Hopkins University.[1]

Freedman received his BA in Diplomatic History from the University of Pennsylvania and his MA and Ph.D degrees in International Relations from Columbia University.

Books[edit]

  • Soviet Policy Toward the Middle East Since 1970, third edition, Praeger Press in 1982
  • Moscow and the Middle East: Soviet Policy Since the Invasion of Afghanistan, Cambridge University Press, 1991
  • Soviet-Israeli Relations Under Gorbachev, Praeger, 1991.
  • The Intifada: Its Impact on Israel, the Arab World, and the Superpowers, University Press of Florida, 1991
  • The Middle East after Iraq's Invasion of Kuwait, University Press of Florida, 1993
  • Israel in the Begin Era (1982) (edited)
  • Israel Under Rabin (1995)(edited)
  • The Middle East and the Peace Process (1998) (edited)
  • Israel's First Fifty Years (2000) (edited)
  • The Middle East Enters the 21st Century (2002) (edited)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dr. Robert O. Freedman Strategic Studies Institute