Instability And Conflict In The Middle East: People, Petroleum And Security Threats by N. Abi-aadInstability And Conflict In The Middle East: People, Petroleum And Security Threats by N. Abi-aad

Instability And Conflict In The Middle East: People, Petroleum And Security Threats

byN. Abi-aad, M. Grenon

Hardcover | April 11, 1997

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The present book is about instability and conflict in the Middle East at a time when many still believe that peace between the Arabs and Israel will bring an end to all problems in the region. Maybe that is due to the fact that the Arab-Israeli conflict has dominated much of the discussions about the area over the past fifty years. Insufficient attention has therefore been devoted to other important issues that may not be quite as eye-catching or newsworthy. This is exactly what the book is aiming to offer.
NAJI ABI-AADMICHEL GRENON
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Title:Instability And Conflict In The Middle East: People, Petroleum And Security ThreatsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:224 pages, 21.6 × 14 × 0.25 inPublished:April 11, 1997Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0333689364

ISBN - 13:9780333689363

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Table of Contents

List of Tables - List of Boxes - List of Charts and Maps - Abbreviations Often Used - Foreword - Preface - Introduction - INSTABILITY AND CONFLICTS IN THE MIDDLE EAST - Autocratic Regimes and Struggles for Power - Interstate Ideological Cleavages - Peace Through More Military and Arms? - Quarrels over God's Identity - A Region of Ethnic Mosaic - An Area Divided by Arbitrary Borders - Disparity in Growth and Economic Constraints - Divergence in Petroleum Policies - Is Not Water more Precious than Oil? - Demographic Explosion and Population Disparity - Troubles by Migrated People - How Secure are Petroleum Supplies? - Conclusion - Appendix: Petroleum in the Middle East - Selected Bibliography - Index