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  • The State of Middle Eastern Youth 

    Hassan, Islam; Dyer, Paul (Wiley Blackwell, 2017-01)
    This special issue of The Muslim World studies the state of Middle Eastern youth, focusing on the ways in which their experiences continue to shape their worldviews and their priorities. The contribution of this special ...
  • CIRS Newsletter | Fall 2016 | No. 21 

    The Center for International and Regional Studies, CIRS (Center for International and Regional Studies, 2016)
  • بوابات إلى العالم: مدن الموانئ في الخليج 

    Kamrava, Mehran; Keshavarzian, Arang; Ramos, Stephen; Kanna, Ahmed; Salama, Ashraf M.; Wiedmann, Florian; Gharib, Remah; Tok, M. Evren; Zebian, Mohammad; Alaedini, Pooya; Javaheripour, Mehrdad; Bontenbal, Marike (Center for International and Regional Studies, 2016)
    بدءاً من اكتشاف النفط حتى يومنا هذا، عملت قوى العولمة الاقتصادية والهجرة، والتصورات الوطنية بخصوص المواطنة، والهياكل السياسية والاقتصادية المختلفة، وبشكل جماعيّ، على تعزيز سياسات التخطيط والتنمية العمرانية. وفي حين كانت ...
  • Youth in the Middle East 

    Hassan, Islam; Dyer, Paul; Silver, Hilary; Farah, Samar; Sayre, Edward; Hashemi, Manata; Robbins, Michael; El Taraboulsi, Sherine N. (Center for International and Regional Studies, 2016)
    While some of MENA’s recent macro-economic and political developments have created further obstacles for the region’s youth, young peoples’ responses to these constraints have differed remarkably. As such, the process by ...
  • Water Management in the Nile Basin: A Fragmented but Effective Cooperative Regime 

    Hilhorst, Bart (The Center for International and Regional Studies (CIRS), 2016)
    Ongoing expansions of hydro-infrastructure in the Nile basin, combined with infrastructure completed in the past decade, are increasing the capacity to regulate the Nile as well as the benefits accrued to the Nile waters. ...

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