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eBook Political Dynamics in the Middle East (The Middle East: Economic and political problems and prospects) ePub

by Paul Y. Hammond,S.S. Alexander

  • ISBN: 0444001107
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Paul Y. Hammond,S.S. Alexander
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd; First Edition edition (March 1972)
  • Pages: 704
  • ePub book: 1737 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1927 kb
  • Other: lrf doc rtf lit
  • Rating: 4.3
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Prospects of Peace and Conflict in the Middle East in the Twenty-First Century. Since the 2011 Arab uprisings, Saudi Arabia’s foreign policy in the Middle East has been nonideological, realist, and defensive in intent, but negative in its implications for democracy. To contain Iran, quarantine the Muslim Brotherhood, and combat jihadism, Riyadh has backed local actors that are mostly authoritarian and antiliberal-and the net effect has been damaging for political pluralism. While the succession to King Salman has produced a more temperate approach to the Brotherhood, such shifts are ultimately tactical.

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THE MIDDLE EAST IN THE FUTURE WORLD OIL MARKET 32 Feedback of oil price increases on economic growth 32 Cartel prospects 33 Two dangers to the cartel 34 The "price crunch" of 1983 or 1988 or 199x o. .36 Lessons from Iran 38 -V. OPTIONS FOR . POLICY TOWARD MIDDLE EAST OIL PRODUCERS VI. 39 The record on agreements and understandings 41 OPEC is good f;. you 42 CONCLUSIONS 44 3 INTRODUCTION Economic relations of the United States with the Middle East are dominated by the production and export of petroleum.

Current political-economic developments in the Middle East have reverberated around arch-rivalry between Teheran and Riyadh. In a petroleum domain the conflict between the two regional powers is quintessentially economic

Current political-economic developments in the Middle East have reverberated around arch-rivalry between Teheran and Riyadh. In a petroleum domain the conflict between the two regional powers is quintessentially economic. Iran’s reintegration into global economy and the country being poised to gain from the post-sanctions trade in oil puts pressure on the Saudis as well as other OPEC and non-OPEC states.

Political theologians try to balance the demands of a tumultuous region with the delicate but long history of Christianity in the Middle East. The region's importance to Christians worldwide - both for history and doctrinal authority for many denominations - also shapes the political theologies of the Middle East. YouTube Encyclopedic.

While Russia has quite effectively sidelined the US in military terms, China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ (OBOR) which is to stretch deep inside the Middle East and extend into Europe, is emerging as a factor that will transform the Middle East’s current geo-political landscape. Nowhere is this impact more apparent than in the emergence of Israel as China’s most important partner.

Development and Population in the Middle East; . Alexander, Political Dynamics in the Middle East; . Alexander, The Economics and Politics of the Middle East.

Yet within comparative political science, the subfield of Middle East politics has . Politics and Society in the Contemporary Middle East. Recently updated, this introductory book provides a more interdisciplinary approach to understanding regional dynamics than its peers.

Yet within comparative political science, the subfield of Middle East politics has provoked a plentiful canon of scholarship devoted to advancing knowledge and building theory. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 2013. Rather than presenting country-based studies that explore exclusively political topics, the thematic chapters cover diverse topics like economic development, religious dynamics, gender issues, demography, and literature.

This study examines the contemporary political and social factors governing the stability of the region from Morocco to Iran.