Democracy, War & Peace in the Middle East.
by Garnham, David & Tesler, Mark, edited by.
Indiana University Press
Octavo, paper covers, xxvi, 294 pp., references, index
Introduction by the editors. Articles are "The Future of International War: Global Trends and Midle Eastern Implications," James Lee Ray, "Democracy and Deterrence," Jo-Anne Hart, "A Search for Security and Governance Regimes," I. William Zartman, "Democracy in the Third World: Definitional Dilemmas," Robert L. Rothstein, "Arab and Western Conceptions of Democracy: Evidence from a UAE Opinion Survey," Jamal Al-Suwaidi, "Islam and Democracy," Shukri B. Abed, "Democracy in the Arab World and the Arab-Israeli Conflict," Tessler and Marilyn Grobschmidt, "Domestic Political Violence, Structural Constraints, and Enduring Rivalries in the Middle East, 1948-1988," Zeev Maoz, "Democracy and Foreign Policy in the Arab World," Michael C. Hudson, "Domestic Politics and Foreign Policy in Egypt," Ann M. lesch, "Democracy among the Palestinians," Emile F. Sahliyeh, "Israel and the Liberalizatio of Arab Regimes," Gabriel Sheffer.
Language: English Language
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 15117