The Foreign Policies of Middle East State
This important new textbook offers a theoretically grounded, systematic examination of the foreign policies of twelve Middle East states. The authors first establish a common analytical framework for studying the individual cases; they also delineate the broader regional and global arenas within which Middle Eastern governments operate. Subsequent chapters assess the foreign policies of the region's key players (Egypt, Iran, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Syria, and Turkey), two "pariah states" (Iraq and Libya), and two smaller states (Tunisia and Yemen). Designed for use in both politics and IR courses, the book combines an exceptional range of empirical case-study material with thematic, comparative analysis. A theoretically grounded, systematic analysis of the foreign policies of twelve Middle East states.
- Paperback | 350 pages
- 152.4 x 223.5 x 20.3mm | 567g
- 01 Jan 2002
- Lynne Rienner Publishers Inc
- Boulder, CO, United States
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About Raymond A. Hinnebusch
Raymond Hinnebusch is professor of international relations and Middle East politics at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. Anoushiravan Ehteshami is reader in international relations at the Centre for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, University of Durham, England. The two are coauthors of Syria and Iran: Middle Powers in a Penetrated Regional System.
Table of contents
Introduction: The Framework of Analysis - R. Hinnebusch. The Middle East Regional System - R. Hinnebusch. The Impact of the International System on the Middle East - B.A. Roberson. The Challenge of Security in the Post-Gulf War "Middle East System" - N. El-Shazly and R. Hinnebusch. Egypt - R. Hinnebusch. Israel - C. Jones. Syria - R. Hinnebusch. Iraq - C. Tripp. Saudi Arabia - F.G. Gause III. Libya - T. Niblock. Tunisia - E.C. Murphy. Yemen - F. Halliday. Iran - A. Ehteshami. Turkey - P. Robins. Conclusion: Patterns of Policy - the Editors.