U.S. and Middle East Oil Since 1945
In this National History Center congressional briefing, speakers discussed the role of Middle East oil in American foreign policy since the end of World War II, especially the importance of Saudi Arabian oil.
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Nathan Citino Associate Professor Rice University->History Department
Dane Kennedy Director National History Center
David Painter Assistant Professor Georgetown University->History Department
Anand Toprani Professor U.S. Naval War College->Strategy and Policy
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