National and International Politics in the Middle East: Essays in Honour of Elie Kedourie

National and International Politics in the Middle East: Essays in Honour of Elie Kedourie

by Edward Ingram (Editor)
National and International Politics in the Middle East: Essays in Honour of Elie Kedourie

National and International Politics in the Middle East: Essays in Honour of Elie Kedourie

by Edward Ingram (Editor)

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First published in 2004. Professor Kedourie is known for his unforgettable essays, for the pattern of interpretation and view of the world which hold his readers spellbound, even when they strongly disagree with his opinions, and for Middle Eastern Studies, which recently reached its majority and which he and Frank Cass together have turned into the foremost scholarly journal in its field. These essays are presented to him by a group of his admirers overseas.


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ISBN-13: 9781135175214
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 07/23/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 280
File size: 3 MB

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Edited by Ingram, Edward

Table of Contents

Chapter I Introduction: Six Variations on a Theme, Edward Ingram; Chapter II Islam and the West, Bernard Lewis; Chapter III How and How Not to Negotiate With Iran: Postures of Power in 1802, Edward Ingram; Chapter IV The Westernization of Ottoman Diplomacy in the Nineteenth Century, Roderic H. Davison; Chapter V The Origins of the Chatham House Version, Gordon Martel; Chapter VI The Role of Islam as Political Ideology in the First World War, William L. Cleveland; Chapter VII Bureaucracies at War: The British in the Middle East in the First World War, John S. Galbraith, Robert A. Huttenback; Chapter VIII The Hashemite ‘Tribal Confederacy’ of the Arab Revolt, 1916–1917, Joseph Kostiner; Chapter IX Guarding the Bandwagon: Great Britain, Italy, and Middle Eastern Oil, 1920–1923, Marian Kent; Chapter X The Egyptian Wafd and Arab Nationalism, 1918–1944, James Jankowski; Chapter XI A Passage to Independence: King Abdullah and Transjordan, 1920–1951, Mary C. Wilson; Chapter XII Fritz Grobba and the Middle East Policy of the Third Reich, Francis R. Nicosia; Chapter XIII Modern Education and the Evolution of Saudi Arabia, Mordechai Abir; Chapter XIV The Political Relevance of the Doctrine of Jihad in Sadat’s Egypt, Rudolph Peters;

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