Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by P. J. Vatikiotis.|
|Series||Studies on modern Asia and Africa,, 9|
|Contributions||Vatikiotis, P. J. 1928- ed.|
|LC Classifications||DS62.4 .R48|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||72169764|
Opens new avenues of research in the study of other ‘heterodox’ communities in the Islamic world; The Kizilbash were at once key players in and the foremost victims of the Ottoman-Safavid conflict that defined the early modern Middle East. On the other hand, the broader arguments on nonstate or grassroots regionalism have interesting implications for the Middle East. Civil society in the Western sense remains underdeveloped in the region primarily because of the control exerted by state apparatuses on NGOs and other instances of civil activism; as such, NGOs with regional breadth Cited by: 2. 41 Seminar, “The Clinton Administration and the Future of U.S.-Iran Relations,” 14 January , Washington Vista Hotel, sponsored by the department of Middle Eastern Studies, Rutgers University, Richard Cottam, James Bill, et. al., speakers. To earn your Master of Arts in Middle East Studies you must successfully complete our 40 credit program which includes a 3 credit Cornerstone course, 9 credits of core courses, 12 credits in your chosen Professional Specialization field, 9 credits of electives, a 4 credit Capstone sequence and a 3 credit Skills course.
Grateful acknowledgment is made to the following for permission to reprint previously published material: George Allen & Unwin, Ltd.: Excerpts from Subjects of the Day: Being a Selection of Speeches and Writings by George Nathaniel Curzon. George Allen & Unwin, Ltd.: Excerpts from Revolution in the Middle East and Other Case Studies, proceedings of a seminar, edited by P. J. Vatikiotis. Pouya Alimagham is a historian of the modern Middle East. He specializes on Iran, Iraq, and the Levant, focusing on such themes as revolutionary and guerrilla movements, imperialism, representation and Orientalism, “Political Islam” and post-Islamism, and the intersections therein. (Study Guide 12 explains the 1, years in detail.) What Does the Word “Armageddon” Mean? Armageddon is a name for the “battle of that great day of God Almighty” between Christ and Satan in which all the nations of the world will be involved (Revelation –16, 19). The “kings from the east” are God the Father and God the Son. This book examines how ruling elites manage and manipulate their political opposition in the Middle East. In contrast to discussions of government-opposition relations that focus on how rulers either punish or co-opt opponents, this book focuses on the effect of institutional rules governing the opposition.
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