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The world through Arab eyes : Arab public opinion and the reshaping of the Middle East

Author: Shibley Telhami
Publisher: New York : Basic Books, ©2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The orchestrator of an annual opinion poll in the Arab world describes the profound changes taking place, including recent protests and the toppling of autocrats, and discusses how the people of the region feel about these drastic shifts.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Shibley Telhami
ISBN: 9780465029839 0465029833
OCLC Number: 846504885
Description: viii, 228 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Arab identities --
The information revolution and public opinion --
The network Americans love to hate: Al Jazeera --
Incitement, empathy, and opinion --
The Arab prism of pain --
How Arabs view their uprisings --
Trends in Arab attitudes toward the United States --
Attitudes toward Iran --
Attitudes toward democracy, women, and religion --
Global perspectives --
From 9/11 to Tahrir Square: the Arabs through American eyes --
Arab public opinion and the reshaping of the Middle East.
Responsibility: Shibley Telhami.

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The Arab world is changing with astonishing speed. The protests of 2011 toppled autocrats and installed in their place governments of varying levels of stability. Over the years, the author has  Read more...
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"At a time when some pundits see crises in Syria and elsewhere leading to the marginalization of the Arab-Israeli conflict in the region's politics, Telhami forcefully pulls readers back to it, Read more...

 
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