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Governance in the Middle East and North Africa: A Handbook
09 October 2012
Taylor & Francis
The first comprehensive framework of the question of political and economic governance in the region, Governance in the Middle East and North Africa is recommended for all those with an interest in the Middle East, US foreign policy, international relations and comparative politics.
The book is structured into two parts, Part I analyzes the patterns and challenges of governance in the Middle East and North Africa whilst Part II examines specific cases in selected countries in the region.
This Handbook contains essays from leading experts, including:
- Stuff is not Enough: Resources and Governance in the Middle East Marry Ann Tétreault
- The Islamic Veil in Civil Societies Faegheh Shirazi
- Yemen on the Precipice: Governing the Ungovernable John E.Peterson
- The Evolution of Governance in Israel Jonathon Fine and Itzhak Galnoor.