. . . . essays by eminent Iranologists provides an exhaustive analysis of the sequence of events, reasons for the coup. . . . -- Choice
An absolute must-read for any student of recent U.S. and Iranian history individually, of the relations of each with . . . . -- Andrew J. Newman, The Middle East and South Asia Folklore Bulletin
More books should have such a pedigree. . . . Seven polished studies that speak to each other. . . -- Foreign Affairs
About the Author
Mark J. Gasiorowski, a professor In the Department of Political Science at Louisiana State University, is the author of U.S. Foreign Policy and coeditor of Neither East nor West: Iran, the Soviet Union, and the United States. Malcolm Byrne is deputy director and research director of the George Washington University-based National Security Archive, where he directs the U.S.-Iran relations project. He is the coeditor of The Iran-Contra Scandal: The Declassified History and The Chronology.