|Author:||Robert B Satloff|
|Title:||The Politics Of Change In The Middle East|
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|Publisher:||Westview Press (April 25, 1993)|
Personal Name: Satloff, Robert B. (Robert Barry). Corporate Name: Washington Institute for Near East Policy. leave here couple of words about this book: Tags: Computer architecture. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.
Two confrontations have historically engaged Western interests in the Middle East: the Arab-Israeli conflict and the battle for control of the Persian Gulf. This book examines the stability of, and challenges to, the regimes of the region, focusing on the main actors in these two conflicts.
In the contemporary Middle East, threats of political instability are both real and imagined, and differentiating between the two is no easy task. Iraq's invasion of Kuwait) does occur, Western governments are often caught off-guard and unprepared. The essays in this book examine the politics of change, transition, and continuity in eight key regional actors and explore the real prospects for short-term and medium-term stability inside those regimes. They include Arab monarchies (Jordan, Saudi Arabia) and Arab republics (Egypt, Syria, Iraq); two non-Arab states, one Jewish (Israel) and one evangelistically Islamic (Iran); and one non-state actor that nevertheless plays a critical role in the region's politics (the Palestine Liberation Organization).
Troubles on the East Bank: Challenges to the Domestic Stability of Jordan (Washington Papers) by Satloff, Robert B. (1986) Paperback. Thematically organized, Politics and Change in the Middle East introduces students to the primary actors and issues that define the region and its role in world politics.
This book examines the most turbulent period in the history of Jordan's ruling house, the six years following the assassination of the kingdom's founder, Abdullah (1951-1957). Those years witnessed the country's lone episode of weak monarchy, when the king-the novice Hussein or his ill-starred father, Talal-was not the preeminent political actor in the land. Rather, it was during that time at the regime was left in the hands of a mix of Palestinian, Transjordanian, and Circassian royalists who had never before wielded executive authority inside the kingdom.
By Robert B. Satloff. Westview Press, 1993. A collection of introductory essays by well-known authors that addresses questions of regime change and stability, among other issues of governance. The authors speculate at some length on how the long era of pseudo-stability in the Middle East might end, but there are no predictions here of inevitable revolution or of Islamic regimes necessarily coming to power. For all the region's limitations, continuity for a bit longer seems to be the dominant expectation. The Politics of Change in the Middle East. The Many Faces of National Security in the Arab World.
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Satloff is a recognized authority on the Middle East and Arabic culture. His writings typically cover such topics as twentieth-century history and politics in the Middle East. Describing the book as a "rousing call to action," Alberto Fernandez wrote in a Middle East Quarterly assessment that the author "deftly identifies the structural barriers, most of which have their genesis inside the Beltway. Satloff addresses a little-understood topic in his more recent work of history, Among the Righteous: Lost Stories from the Holocaust's Long Reach into Arab Lands.
Robert B. Satloff's book documents a fascinating formative period in Jordanian history, the six tumultuous years following King Abdullah's assassination in 1951. anyone interested in Jordan will find this book very valuable, full of fascinating detail of a critical era in the country's history. A finely-detailed history of royal rule in Jordan from the death of King Abdullah in 1951 through the brief reign of King Talal, to the emergence of King Hussein in full command following the crisis in 1957. -Middle East Journal. Middle East Quarterly, September 1994. 3 people found this helpful.