Two issues Ahmadinejad can't ignore
Kamrava, Mehran, 1964-
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Kamrava, Mehran (Middle East Institute, 2009)Qatar's much publicized liberalization campaign that began in the mid-1990s was a direct result of efforts by the new Amir, Shaykh Hamad, to compensate for his fragile base of support within the ruling Al Thani family by ...
Kamrava, Mehran (Taylor & Francis, 1998)Despite significant historical and structural differences that separate them, Middle Eastern states have almost uniformly been able to withstand popular pressures for political liberalisation. In each case, the non-democratic ...
Kamrava, Mehran (Cambridge University Press, 1999)There are three ideal types of revolutions: spontaneous, planned and negotiated. The role and importance of structural factors versus human agency vary according to the general category to which a particular revolution ...