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The (geo)political economy of Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations
This study presents a review and analysis of Iraqi‐Kuwaiti relations as they developed and changed over time. It attempts to look beyond the immediate political and legal aspects of this difficult relationship, while at ...
The GCC and the Islamic Republic: Towards a Restoration of the Pattern?
Muslim Communities in the New Europe
(Ithaca Press, 1996)
The "New Europe" refers to a continent no longer split by cold war rivalries. How does Islam compare in its eastern and western portions? Actually, the comparison makes little sense, for in addition to their differing ...
Political and economic liberalization : dynamics and linkages in comparative perspective
(Lynne Reinner, 1996)
Oman and Yemen
(British Academic Press, 1993)
Liberalization is not an exclusively Western concept, but it has flourished there in recent years. But do policies, such as economic liberalization, that are being advocated by the IMF and the World Bank, really provide ...
Regionale integratie en het Arabische ideaal, [Regional integration and the Arab ideal]
(Brussels University Press, 1996)
War and Peace in the Gulf: Domestic Politics and Regional Relations into the 1990s
(Ithaca Press, 1991)
The book covers the dynamics of the Persian Gulf region with detailed annotations, documentation and sound analytical work. It covers the crucial decade of the 1980s that witnessed a dramatic revolution in Iran as well as ...
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. ...
The Middle East and Europe: The Search for Stability and Integration
(Federal Trust for Education and Research, 1993)
Development, Administration and Aid in the Middle East
Successful development in the Middle East remains elusive, although considerable aid is poured into the region and extensive bureaucracies for managing development have been established. This book is a concise political ...