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The Middle East in International Relations
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  • 5 maps 6 tables
  • Page extent: 388 pages
  • Size: 228 x 152 mm
  • Weight: 0.57 kg
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 (ISBN-13: 9780521597418 | ISBN-10: 0521597412)

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Contents




  List of maps page vii
  List of tables viii
  Acknowledgements ix
  Introduction: world politics, the Middle East and the complexities of area studies 1
Part I Concepts, regions and states
1   International Relations theory and the Middle East 21
2   The making of foreign policy: states and societies 41
Part II History
3   The modern Middle East: state formation and world war 75
4   The Cold War: global conflict, regional upheavals 97
5   After the Cold War: the maturing of the Greater West Asian Crisis 130
Part III Analytic issues
6   Military conflict: war, revolt, strategic rivalry 167
7   Modern ideologies: political and religious 193
8   Challenges to the state: transnational movements 229
9   International political economy: regional and global 261
Part IV Conclusion
10   The Middle East in international perspective 303
  Appendices 325
1   Maps and tables 326
2   Chronologies 338
  Select bibliography 356
  Index 367

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