Foreign Policies of Arab States : The Challenge of Globalization
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Yayıncı American University in Cairo ( 01 / 2009 ) ISBN 9789774161971 | Ciltli | 16x23,11x4,06 cm. | İngilizce | 480 Sayfa | Türler Politika - Dünya
The first edition of The Foreign Policies of Arab States was praised as 'a milestone for present and future research on Arab and Third World foreign policies' (American Political Science Review), and 'an indispensable aid for those studying or teaching the foreign policies of the contemporary Middle East(International Journal of Middle East Studies). It has become a standard textbook in Middle East Studies curricula all over the world. This third edition, with new material reflecting the earth-shaking events at the end of the Cold War and the continuation of violence and terrorism, examines foreign policies of nine Arab states in the context of globalization. Korany and Dessouki establish an analytical framework for assessing foreign policy in their introductory chapters, which they and other contributors then apply chapter by chapter to Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Sudan, the United Arab Emirates, Algeria, and Iraq. Facing new challenges in the twenty-first century, Arab states must confront problems of identity with the decline of pan-Arabism; attempt to balance economies impacted by sociopolitical turmoil; establish credible foreign policy under occupation or with a seriously fragmented political leadership; and walk the tightrope between a close relationship with the United States and a domestic religious faction that opposes all foreign influence. In their concluding chapter, the editors draw upon the nine cases to demonstrate how these Arab countries manage the pressures of globalization, most notably the increasingly blurred distinction between domestic and foreign policies. With contributions by: Karen Abul Kheir, managing editor of the al-Siyassa al-dawliya journal, Al-Ahram Foundation. Abdul-Monem al-Mashat, professor at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University and the director of its Center for Political Studies and Research. Ali E. Hillal Dessouki, professor of political science, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, and editor-in-chief of the al-Nahda journal. Moataz A. Fattah, assistant professor, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University and currently on leave as assistant professor of political science at Michigan State University. Hazem Kandil, diplomat at Egypt's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, former faculty member at the American University in Cairo (AUC), and currently on leave at UCLA to complete his PhD. Bahgat Korany, professor, Department of Political Science, American University in Cairo, and director of the AUC Forum. Ann M. Lesch, professor of political science, former president of Middle East Studies Association (MESA) and currently dean of the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences at the American University in Cairo. Paul Noble, honorary professor, McGill University, and former chair of its Department of Political Science. Jennifer Rosenblum, PhD candidate at the School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC. Bassel F. Salloukh, assistant professor of political science at the American University (LAU), Beirut. Mohamed Soffar, assistant professor, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University and is currently on leave at Sheikh Zayed University, United Arab Emirates. William Zartman, professor of political science and director of African studies, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC.