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The Middle East

Author: Ellen Lust
Publisher: Washington DC : CQ Press, 2016.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : Fourteenth editionView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ellen Lust
ISBN: 9781506329307 1506329306
OCLC Number: 953863087
Notes: Opinion,
Description: 1 online resource (1056 pages)
Contents: I. Overview; Chapter 1: The Making of the Modern Middle East --
Michael Gasper; Background: Early Islamic History; The Ottoman and Safavid Empires; Changing Contexts; End of the Old Regime and the New Middle East; States, Nations, and Debates about the Way Forward; Al-Naksa and Its Ramifications; Conclusion; Suggested Readings; Chapter 2: Social Change in the Middle East --
Valentine M. Moghadam and Tabitha Decker; Modernization, Development, and Globalization; Urbanization and Demographic Transitions; Labor Force Growth, Employment Challenges, and Social Inequalities; Education and Human Development; The Family, Family Law, And Participation --
Janine A. Clark and Lina Khatib; Citizen Attitudes in the Arab World?; Formal Avenues of Political Participation; Social Movements; Informal Political Participation; Revolutionizing Political Participation: New Channels of Activity; Conclusion; Suggested Readings; Chapter 7: The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict --
Mark Tessler; Emergence of the Conflict; Consolidation of the Conflict; The Arab State Dimension; Reemergence of the Palestinian Dimension; Israel and the Territories; The Intifada; The Oslo Peace Process; New Actors, Continuing Conflict; Suggested Readings; Chapter 8: International Relations --
Marc Lynch; Conceptualizing the International Relations of the Middle East; The Power Structure of Regional Politics; Historical Periods; Conclusion: Potential Transformative Forces; Suggested Readings; II. Profiles; Chapter 9: Algeria --
Lahouari Addi; History of State Formation; Changing Society; Institutions and Governance; Actors, Opinions, and Participation; Religion and Politics; Protest and Social Conflict; Political Economy; International and Regional Politics; Conclusion; Suggested Readings; Chapter 10: Egypt --
Tarek Masoud; History of State Formation; Institutions and Governance; Parties and Movements; Religion and Politics; Political Economy; Regional and International Politics; Conclusion; Suggested Readings; Chapter 11: Iran --
Mehrzad Boroujerdi; History of State Formation and Political Change; Institutions and Governance; Public Opinion, Parties, Brand; The Making of the Contemporary State; Societal Changes and Challenges; Religion; Institutions and Governance; Actors, Opinion, and Participation; Political Economy; Regional and International Relations; Suggested Readings; Chapter 15: Kuwait --
Hesham Al-Awadi; Hesham Al-Awadi; Demographic and Social Transformation; Religion and Politics; Institutions and Governance; Domestic Conflict; Political Economy; Foreign Policy; Future Prospects; Suggested Readings; Chapter 16: Lebanon --
Paul Salem; Making of the Contemporary State; The Civil War: 1975 to 1990; The Taif Agreement; The Postwar Period: 1990 to 2005; From the Syrian Withdrawal to the Arab Uprisings: 2005 to 2011; Surviving the Syrian Civil War: 2011 to the Present; Societal Changes and Challenges; Institutions and Governance; Actors, And Participation; Political Economy; Regional and International Relations; Conclusion; Suggested Readings; Chapter 17: Libya --
Jacob Mundy; Introduction; History of State-Building; The Political Economy of Development; Social Change --
Tabitha Decker; Political Institutions and Participation; Religion and Politics; Regional and International Relations; Domestic Conflict and Rebel Governance; Conclusion; Suggested Readings; Chapter 18: The Lower Gulf States --
Michael Herb; Common Themes; The United Arab Emirates; Oman; Qatar; Bahrain; Conclusion; Suggested Readings; Chapter 19: Morocco --
Driss Maghraoui and Saloua Zerhouni; Historical Overview; Social Transformation and Challenges; Political Institutions; Political Economy; Political Participation in Morocco: From Depoliticization to the. February 20 Movement; Regional and International Relations; Conclusion; Chapter 20: Palestine --
Alaa Tartir and Benoît Challand; History of State Building: The Creation of a Quasi-State; Social Transformation: Displaced Elites, Missing Territorial Constituencies, and Fragmentation; Religion and Politics: Evolving Relations; Development of PA Institutions; Political Participation; Domestic Conflict: Fatah-Hamas Divide; Political Economy; Regional and International Relations: Wars on Gaza instead of Peace Negotiations; Suggested Readings; Chapter 21: Saudi Arabia --
Pascal Menoret; History of State Formation; Political Economy; Changes and Challenges in Society; Institutions and Governance; Actors, Opinion, and Political Participation; International and Regional Politics; Religion, Politics, And Domestic Conflict; Suggested Readings; Chapter 22: Sudan --
Fareed M.A. Religion, Society, and Politics in Tunisia; Political Economy; Foreign Relations; Domestic.
Responsibility: Ellen Lust, editor, University of Gothenburg.

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