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For students of the twentieth-century Middle East, the problematic prospects of democracy attract great interest. Nation states in this region are politically young in comparison to those of western… Expand
Summary Introduction Sa'da in the North Yemeni Context The Sociocultural Ecology of the Huthi Conflict: Tribalism and Religion Run-Up to the Regime-Huthi Conflict, 1980s-2001 From Tension to… Expand
Global operations since 2001 highlight certain characteristics of the US military's emerging operating environment. Future operations will likely take place "amongst the people" in a wide range of… Expand
The use of schooling to support various societal agendas has attracted much attention among the last generation of global education scholars. Whether as a neo-Marxian “ideological state apparatus,”… Expand
Re-Envisioning Egypt, 1919-1952 presents new and often dismissed aspects of the constitutional monarchy era in Egyptian history. It demonstrates that many of the domestic and regional sociopolitical… Expand
Political Science, History
Abstract : Since the 1960s, hostage taking has been a standard part of the Middle Eastern non-state combatant's playbook. Place names such as Ma'alot and Entebbe bring to mind the near monopoly that… Expand
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