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Now in its second edition, this popular text presents a comprehensive and balanced analysis of the international politics of the Middle East. Part I provides a historical framework, Part II looks at major themes in international relations and applies them to the Middle East, and Part III examines region-specific conflicts and issues. Featuring carefully edited contributions from international experts, this volume offers students essential background information and also gives them access to the most current material and perspectives. Fully revised and updated, the second edition of International Relations of the Middle East features two new chapters--on the nature of Islam and the war in Iraq--and adopts a wider, more current focus on security throughout. It also integrates additional coverage of the role of the media, the U.S. war on terror, and the transnational phenomena of Islamic radicalism.
Dr Louise Fawcett is a Fellow and Lecturer in Politics at St. Catherine's College, University of Oxford.
Table of Contents
|International Relations of the Middle East: Twentieth Century Overview|
|The Emergence of the Modern Middle East into the Modern State System|
|The Cold War in the Middle East|
|The Middle East since the Cold War|
|Themes in International Relations and International Political Economy|
|Oil and Political Economy in the International Relations of the Middle East|
|The Clash of Globalizations in the Middle East|
|The Puzzle of Political Reform in the Middle East|
|The Politics of Identity in Middle East International Relations|
|Alliances, Cooperation and Regionalism in the Middle East|
|War and Security in the Middle East|
|Key Issues and Actors|
|The Arab-Israeli Conflict|
|The Rise and Fall of the Oslo Peace Process|
|The International Politics of the Gulf|
|The War for Regime Change in Iraq|
|The United States in the Middle East|
|Europe in the Middle East|
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