Walking Dead #42 by Robert Kirkman

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2003 The Teaching Company Limited Partnership 45 Gorbachev, Mikhail: General secretary of the Soviet Communist Party, 1985–1991; president of the USSR, 1990– 1991. Gromyko, Andrei: Soviet foreign minister, 1957–1985. S. secretary of state, 1981–1982. Hekmatyar, Gulbuddin: Pakistani-supported Afghan resistance leader, 1980s–early 1990s; prime minister of Afghanistan 1993–1994, 1996. Hizb-i Islami (Islamic Party): Afghan party led by Gulbuddin Hekmatyar. Hizbullah (Party of God): Iranian-supported Lebanese Shiite organization, founded early 1980s.

Khomeini ended up in Iraq, where he was to remain until the late 1970s. 3. Iran’s internal security forces began arresting, jailing, and torturing suspected dissidents, a regime of repression that would continue for the remainder of the shah’s rule. ©2003 The Teaching Company Limited Partnership 31 IV. -Egyptian relations rapidly deteriorated after Kennedy’s death. Johnson and Nasser had a visceral dislike for each other, and a series of slights or perceived slights brought relations between the two countries to a new low.

S. policy. II. To understand the causes of the Six-Day War, it is necessary to go back to the Suez War of 1956. A. At the conclusion of that war, the international community pressured Israel to withdraw its forces from Egypt. B. But Israel gained important concessions in return. 1. It got a termination of an Egyptian blockade against Israeli shipping through the Strait of Tiran. 2. It got an end to cross-border raids into Israeli territory from the Gaza Strip. C. These gains were secured by the stationing of UN peacekeeping forces on the Sinai Peninsula and in the Gaza Strip.

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