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London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019
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ISBN 9781351859530 (e-book)
ISBN 9780415317283
Print version: Routledge handbook of international relations in the Middle East. London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019 438 pages ISBN 9780415317283
Includes bibliographical references and index
Strategic decision-making of Middle Eastern armed non-state actors / Wietse van den Berge -- Islamic state : aberration, or accelerant of system-wide changes to come? / Michael S. Smith II -- The Iran-Hizbullah relationship in the Arab Spring / Shahram Akbarzadeh -- The Muslim Brotherhood and an-Nahda after the Arab Spring : a failed project / Alison Pargeter -- Transition and the Arab Spring / George Joffe -- Shock absorption Palestinian-Israel status quo 2009-17 / Philip Leech-Ngo -- The rise and fall of Turkey in the Arab Spring / Paul Williams.
Saudi Arabia and Iran : Islam and foreign policy in the Middle East / Simon Mabon -- The Arab Spring and Russian foreign policy toward the Middle East / Mark Katz -- China’s foray into the Middle East : from ambivalence to ambition? / Michael Clarke -- Oil production, innovation, and politics in the Middle East / Hamid E. Ali -- Qatar : an ambitious small state / Matthew Gray -- GCC foreign policy : the struggle for consensus / Kristian Coates Ulrichsen -- EU policy in the Middle East : shifting dynamics / Christian Koch -- Old and new challenges for ethnic and religious minorities in the Middle East / Jordi Tejel -- UNSCR 1325 : a framework for women’s peace activism in the Middle East? / Sophie Richter-Devroe -- The demise of the arab strongman? Authoritarianism and the future of the Middle East / Pietro Marzo and Francesco Cavatorta -- State breakdown and its beneficiaries : the Kurds / Denise Natali ---
Biographical notes -- The blurred line between state identity and realpolitik / Shahram Akbarzadeh -- Neoclassical realism : domestic politics, systemic pressures, and the impact on foreign policy since the Arab Spring / Thomas Juneau, Steven E. Lobell, Norrin Ripsman and Larry Rubin -- What constructivism? / Vendulka Kubalkova -- Historical sociology and Middle East international relations / Ewan Stein -- Subaltern realism meets the Arab world / Mohammad Ayoob -- Islam, political Islam, and the state system / Frederic Volpi -- Don’t shoot the elephant : Middle East stability after the Iranian nuclear deal / Patricia Lewis and Karim Kemal -- The revolutionary guard in Iranian domestic and foreign power politics ? Farzan Sabet and Roozbeh Safshekan -- The Arab uprising and regional power struggle / Raymond Hinnesbuch -- U.S.-Israel relations during the Obama administration : fundamental shift, or adaptation to new realities? / Professor Robert Looney ---
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