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The Quest for Hegemony in the Arab World: The Struggle over the Bagdad Pact (Social, Economic and Political Studies of the Middle East and Asia) ePub download

by Podeh

  • Author: Podeh
  • ISBN: 9004102140
  • ISBN13: 978-9004102149
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  • Language: English
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  • Publisher: Brill (August 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 281
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The Quest for Hegemony in the Arab World: The Struggle over the Bagdad Pact (Social, Economic and Political Studies of the Middle East and Asia) ePub download

The struggle between Egypt and Iraq over Arab hegemony constitutes the main theme of this study

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A Study in the Interaction of External Pressure, Political Folly and Social Tension in Egypt . The Quest for Hegemony in the Arab World. Reflections on the Struggle for Authenticity in the Middle East. Volume 56. By: van Nieuwenhuijze.

A Study in the Interaction of External Pressure, Political Folly and Social Tension in Egypt, 1960-1990. Volume 51. By: Galal A. Amin. The Struggle over the Baghdad Pact. Volume 52. By: Podeh.

This study of the impact of the 1955 Baghdad Pact on the politics of the Arab world . The Pact had an explosive impact on the Arab world

The Pact had an explosive impact on the Arab world. Jordan was plunged into serious political instability as a result of the EgyptianIraqi rivalry, resulting in the virtual severing of its close ties to the United Kingdom.

The Struggle over the Bagdad Pact (Social, Economic and Political Studies of the Middle East and Asia). Published August 1997 by Brill Academic Publishers.

The Sunni world in general, and the Arab Sunni world in particular .

The Sunni world in general, and the Arab Sunni world in particular, lies in ruins. In some cases, quite literally. In terms of the traditional tools of power- territory, people, military and economic resources-the various actors differ, and none emerges as the absolute clear hegemon. There’s no natural hegemon to the Sunni world, or to the Sunni Arab world, as exists in other regions of the world. This means that not only is the struggle for hegemony likely to be drawn out over decades, if not longer, but also that the ability of the various actors to be effective and have an edge depends on their sophisticated use of other forms of power, such as so-called ‘soft’ power.

This study takes the Middle East to be constituted around an Arab core .

The Middle East has two of the world’s most enduring conflict centres, each originating in the impact of the West on the region.

Over the past decade, the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) has dominated global media headlines. From the 9/11 attacks to the invasion of Iraq and the Arab Spring, even casual readers have begun gleaning a basic understanding of the region. Yet within comparative political science, the subfield of Middle East politics has provoked a plentiful canon of scholarship devoted to advancing knowledge and building theory. Thus far, MENA specialists have thickened our social scientific understanding of political processes such as modern state formation, durable authoritarian rule, civil society participation, and the effects of oil wealth.

The Politics of Social Change in the Middle East and North Africa is a 1963 book by Manfred Halpern. For years it was "the only academic treatment of Islamism," and served as "the basic text" on the politics of the Arab world for a generation of students. Politics of Social change was written at the behest of the RAND Corporation and published by Princeton University Press.

Middle Eastern Studies 4. (2007): 725-748. Towards the Baghdad Pact: South Asia and Middle East Defence in the Cold War, 1947-1955. Kuniholm, Bruce R. The origins of the Cold War in the Near East: Great power conflict and diplomacy in Iran, Turkey, and Greece (Princeton University Press, 2014). The quest for hegemony in the Arab world: The struggle over the Baghdad Pact (Brill, 1995). Yesilbursa, Behcet Kemal. The Baghdad Pact: Anglo-American Defence Policies in the Middle East, 1950-59 (2003) excerpt.

The struggle between Egypt and Iraq over Arab hegemony constitutes the main theme of this study. Focussing on the struggle over Middle Eastern defense between 1945-58, and culminating in the conflict over the Baghdad Pact (1955-58), it sheds new light on Arab politics during the period under review. This research concentrates predominantly on the regional actors. The underlying assumption is that policies were not necessarily formulated in Washington and London, and that -- often enough -- major decisions taken in Ankara, Cairo, Baghdad, Damascus, Amman and other Arab capitals affected decision-makers in Western capitals.The Quest for Hegemony in the Arab World is based on newly-released British, American and Israeli documents, as well as on all available Arab sources. The study's value rests upon its discussion of the Baghdad Pact, a significant event which was hitherto neglected, yet marked a watershed in modern Arab history. This study's approach offers an analytical framework with which the present struggle for hegemony in the Arab world may be examined.
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