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Middle East Contemporary Survey 1996 (Middle East Contemporary Survey)

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POLITICS & GOVERNMENT, c 1990 to c 2000, Politics/International Relations, Contemporary Politics - Middle East, Current Affairs, Politics / Current Events, Middle East, Reference, Government - Comparative, Middle East - General, Poli
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Each title comprises a survey of the available literature against the background of the author's own critical interpretation which is designed to challenge and encourage independent analysis. Contents List of Illustrations ix Acknowledgments xi 1 Introducing the Middle East Jillian Schwedler 1 What Is the Middle East.

2 The Impact of the Arab Uprisings 4 Organization of the Book 6 2 A Geographic Preface Ian R. Manners, Barbara McKean Parmenter, and Ryan King 9 Boundaries 12 Aridity and Water 18 Cityscapes 25 Conclusion 32 3 The Historical Context Arthur Goldschmidt Jr.

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