Readership: Readers and scholars of US foreign relations, Middle Eastern history, international politics, Cold War.
Roham Alvandi, Assistant Professor of International History, London School of Economics and Political Science
Roham Alvandi is Assistant Professor of International History at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
"Roham Alvandi's Nixon, Kissinger, and the Shah does exactly what it promises in its title. The book is an excellent insight into the interactions between the three aforementioned figures in what was a pivotal period of US, Iranian, and Cold War history. Alvandi's skill is writing in such a way as to appeal to the specialist and non-specialist alike. He weaves through a deep history, placing his triumvirate of characters in context without getting bogged down in unnecessary detail, and delivers a highly readable and effective study." - Stephen McGlinchey, E-International Relations
"lively, clear and entertaining writing. This is
indeed a useful, highly recommendable book that may attract specialists in international relations, Iranian affairs and US political history, as well as the general reader." - David Sarias Rodriguez, History
1. The United States and Iran in the Cold War
2. "Protect Me": The Nixon Doctrine in the Persian Gulf
3. Iran's Secret War with Iraq: The CIA and the Shah-Forsaken Kurds
4. A Ford, Not a Nixon: The United States and the Shah's Nuclear Dreams