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Our Global Studies Series provides students with comprehensive background and current information shaping regional cultures and countries of the world today. Each volume features country report essays and maps as well as relevant articles from world-wide publications.
Table of Contents
|Using Global Studies: The Middle East|
|Selected World Wide Web Sites|
|U.S. Statistics and Map|
|Canada Statistics and Map|
|Middle East Map|
|The Middle East: Theater of Conflict|
|The Middle East: Heartland of Islam|
|Algeria (Peoples’ Democratic Republic of Algeria)|
|Bahrain (State of Bahrain)|
|Egypt (Arab Republic of Egypt)|
|Iran (Islamic Republic of Iran)|
|Iraq (Republic of Iraq)|
|Israel (State of Israel)|
|Jordan (Hashimite Kingdom of Jordan)|
|Kuwait (State of Kuwait)|
|Lebanon (Lebanese Republic)|
|Libya (Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriyya)|
|Mauritania (Islamic Republic of Mauritania)|
|Morocco (Kingdom of Morocco)|
|Oman (Sultanate of Oman)|
|Qatar (State of Qatar)|
|Saudi Arabia (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia)|
|Sudan (Republic of the Sudan)|
|Syria (Syrian Arab Republic)|
|Tunisia (Republic of Tunisia)|
|Turkey (Republic of Turkey)|
|United Arab Emirates|
|Yemen (Republic of Yemen)|
|Articles from the World Press|
|Middle of Where?|
|Geography and the Middle East|
|Stifled, Egypt’s Young Turn to Islamic Fervor|
|Fighting for the Soul of Turkey|
|In Algeria, a Tug of War for Young Minds|
|The Future of Iraq: The Decline of Violence, the Rise of Politics|
|Saudi Arabia: Reality Check, Alain Gresh|
|Fearful of Restive Foreign Labor, Dubai Eyes Reforms|
|Electoral Reform in Lebanon|
|In Sudan, No Clear Difference Between Arab and African|
|Change They Can Believe In: To Make Israel Safe, Give Palestinians Their Due|
|Western Sahara Poser for UN|
|Responding to a Nuclear Iran|
|China through Arab Eyes: American Influence in the Middle East|
|The Human Rights of Women and Social Transformation in the Arab Middle East|
|Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations|
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