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Beginning with the preface, the book asserts the interlacements between the global, regional and local developments in the making of the Middle East and the Palestine question. It argues "the regional patterns of conflict and violence have been deeply molded by international and transnational relations, rather than being the result of a.
Get this from a library. Food politics: the regional conflict. [David N Balaam; Michael J Carey;] -- A thorough discussion of the political ramifications of the continuing food shortage in the Third World with regional solutions for the problem.
Addresses the inter-Arab dimension of Middle East politics and its impact on the Palestinian conflict. This historical study of international Middle East politics in regional perspective presents a comprehensive analysis of the interplay between inter-Arab politics and the conflict with Israel—the two key issues which have shaped the Middle East contemporary history (and Cited by: This book is a must-read for those who want a nuanced understanding of the causes and processes of conflict on the African continent.
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This historical study of international Middle East politics in regional perspective presents a comprehensive analysis of the interplay between inter-Arab politics and the conflict with Israel―the two key issues which have shaped the Middle East contemporary history (and Cited by: This bottom-up policy creates conflict as one The politics of regional conflict book battles with another for new investments and as real estate developers fight over the spoils, resulting in highly contentious politics.
In The Politics of Urban and Regional Development and the American Exception, Cox addresses the question of why US policy is so by: 2. Get this from a library. The Middle East and Palestine: global politics and regional conflict.
[Dietrich Jung;] -- "By integrating macro- and micro-perspectives, tracing the interaction of global and regional environments with individuals pursuing political goals, this book rejects the cultural stereotype of. This book is an introduction to this new era of ethnic challenges to world order and security.
From Africa's postcolonial rebellions in the s and s to the anti-immigrant violence in the s, Ethnic Conflict in World Politics surveys the historical, geographic, and cultural diversity of ethnopolitical conflict.
Using an analytical. Bringing together the thoughts of outstanding contributors, Regional Politics presents a comparative study on the emerging regional nature of local and urban politics. Recent studies tend to focus on the politics and power of internal cities or on suburban areas that have gained incredible strength in the past decade.
Taking issue with the convenient views that the Middle East is an irrational and exceptional region of world politics, and that the long and bloody history of the Palestine conflict is proof, the authors combine theoretical reflection and empirical investigation, marrying International Relations theory and Middle East area studies.
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Yet there are few realist scholars who have attempted to derive a theory of conflict that would predict the relative stability of different regions based on an understanding of the power dynamics within these regions, as opposed to simply examining how external great powers might exploit regional politics for their own by: 6.
Politics on the Academic Oxford University Press website. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Readings in African Politics provides an overview of key topics and themes that collectively contribute to an understanding of politics in Africa.
The selections included here come from a wide range of Western and non-Western sources and together represent core knowledge in the field of African politics. Topic areas covered are methods for appraising the modern African state.
Despite decades of scholarly attention to conflict and cooperation processes in international politics, rigorous, comparative, large-N analyses of these questions at the region level are difficult to find in the literature.
Although this relative absence may stem in part from the difficulties related to the theoretical conceptualization or methodological operationalization of Author: Thomas J.
Volgy, Kelly Marie Gordell, Paul Bezerra, Jon Patrick Rhamey. One approach to explaining regional peace is additive—the peacefulness of international politics is essentially analyzed and explained at either monadic or dyadic level variation.
Notably, the dyadic approach to international conflict and peace has been dominant in the contemporary international : Kentaro Sakuwa. This book examines the Kurds’ rise as new regional actors in the Middle East and the impact this is having on the regional order.
Kurdish political activism has reached a new height in the beginning of the 21st Century with Kurdish movements in Iraq, Turkey and Syria establishing themselves as a significant force in the domestic politics of these : Palgrave Macmillan. The resolution of the conflict over the future of slavery was brief.
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Kansas-Nebraska Act of Chapter 14 Power, Politics and Conflict What the Chapter Covers Like Chapters 11 to 13, this one deals with phenomena that are largely encountered at the group (or intergroup) level.
In conceptual terms power, politics and conflict are three different topics, but in practice they are strongly connected and for this reasonFile Size: KB. Crises in World Politics: Theory & Reality presents the study of international conflict. This book discusses the danger of crises to global and regional stability.
Organized into eight chapters, this book begins with an overview of the key concepts of the inquiry, conflict, crisis, and war. Five broad drivers of the diffusion of regional conflict are (1) weak states, (2) anticipated power shifts, regional and domestic, (3) unstable and poorly controlled border regions, (4) large refugee flows, and (5) the religiously-based non-state militant campaign against the state as an organizing principle of world politics.
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Challenging dominant accounts of American foreign policy-making, Defining the National Interest exemplifies how interdisciplinary scholarship can yield a deeper understanding of the connections between domestic and international change in an era of globalization.
Based on a study of regional politics towards the crises in Burundi and Zimbabwe, the book analyses how these interventions shaped and changed the emerging regional interveners.
The book engages political discourse theory, proposing an understanding of intervention as a field, in which multiple and heterogeneous interpretations of the violence. The Cold War: global conflict, regional upheavals; The Middle East in International Relations.
protracted inter-state negotiations and upheavals within states, the events of politics itself, were interwoven with a set of less visible, but in the longer run decisive processes, of social, economic and ideological change.
Book DOI: https Author: Fred Halliday. This book brings together recent research on the end of the Cold War in the Third World and engages with ongoing debates about regional conflicts, the role of great powers in the developing world, and the role of international actors in conflict resolution.
This edited volume re-assesses the relationship between the United States, the Soviet Union and key regional players in waging and halting conflict in the Middle East between and These were pivotal years in the Arab-Israeli conflict, with the effects still very much in evidence today. In addition to addressing established debates, the boCited by: Politics of Conflict and Cooperation in Eurasia the root causes and the transitive character of conflict and cooperation, regional security dynamics and competing security complexes, and rising powers’ increasing involvement in the equation favouring cooperation via trade.
As such, this book provides a better understanding of both the. SOURCES OF CONFLICT IN THE GREATER MIDDLE EAST Ian O. Lesser, Bruce R. Nardulli, and Lory A. Arghavan INTRODUCTION An Enduring Area of Engagement Few would question that the greater Middle East is an area of central geostrategic concern for the United States—a place where U.S.
inter-ests are at stake, conflict is frequent, and demands on U.S File Size: KB. This book is published under a Creative Commons CC BY-NC license. regional balance of power but also affecting global stability.
For these reasons, the Middle East has been a major center of world affairs; an 3 Conflict and Diplomacy in the Middle East as a set of units whose major processes of securitization.Kurdish Politics in the Middle East analyzes political and social dimensions of Kurdish integration into the mainstream socio-political life in Iran, Iraq, and Turkey.
Its central thesis is that ethnic conflict constitutes a major challenge to the contemporary nation-state system in the Middle East. Long vanquished is the illusion of the "melting pot," or the concept that assimilation is an 5/5(1).Japan's Yasukuni Shrine: Place of Peace or Place of Conflict?
Regional Politics of History and Memory in East Asia by William Daniel Sturgeon ISBN: Boca Raton, Florida USA •