There are several good scholarly studies of the – Iranian crisis and August coup, but most contain gaps, misperceptions, and. In the final chapter Abrahamian discusses four lasting legacies of the coup. First, the terms governing the international consortium of major oil. Read “The Coup , The CIA, and The Roots of Modern U.S.-Iranian Relations ” by Ervand Abrahamian with Rakuten Kobo. In August , the U.S. Central.
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Painter; E rvand A brahamian. There are several good scholarly studies of the — Iranian crisis and August coup, but most contain gaps, misperceptions, and, in some cases, errors.
In addition, numerous myths about the crisis, originally abdahamian to justify the coup, have continued to color both scholarly studies and popular accounts. Despite some problems, The Coup is a valuable corrective to previous work and an important contribution to Iranian history. Ervand Abrahamian is a leading scholar of modern Iran, and his study draws on a wide range of Persian-language sources, including published primary documents, memoirs and firsthand accounts, oral histories, newspapers, and secondary works.
He combines this research with careful and critical reading of British archival material.
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