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International Relations of the Gulf Summary Report
(Center for International and Regional Studies, 2009)
عــلاقات الخلــيج الدولــية التقرير الموجز لمجموعة العمل
(Center for International and Regional Studies, 2010)
Political Reform in the Gulf Monarchies: From Liberalisation to Democratisation? A Comparative Perspective
(Ithaca Press, 2008)
The oil rich monarchies of the Arabian Peninsula are frequently dismissed as having no democratic systems compared to most other regions of the world. Indeed, the United States justified its action in Iraq by proclaiming ...
Rentiers and Autocrats, Monarchs and Democrats, State and Society: The Middle East Between Gliablization, Human 'Agency,' and Europe
The key concerns in work on the politics of the Middle East in the past decade have been economic and political liberalization/democratization and security, both domestic and international, along with a continued focus on ...
The Yemen Republic: From Unification and Liberalisation to Civil War and Beyond
The 1990-91 Gulf War, the Israeli-PLO agreement, instances of political and economic reform, and the radical political reassertion of Islam, all indicate that the post-Cold War Middle East is in the grip of dramatic changes. ...
Development and Stability in the Middle East: An exploration of the dynamics of, and linkages between, development policy and stability, with special reference to the Yemens
(University of Exeter, 1993-01)
This study is an exploration of the inter-linked themes of development and development policy on the one hand, and regime stability on the other, with special reference to the Middle East and illustrated in particular by ...