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Author Korany, Bahgat
Title Foreign Policies of Arab States : The Challenge of Globalization
Imprint Cairo : American University in Cairo Press, 2008
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Note Intro -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction Foreign Policies of Arab States -- 1 Foreign Policy Analysis in the Global Era and the World of the Arabs -- 2 Foreign Policy Approaches and Arab Countries: A Critical Evaluation and an Alternative Framework -- Notes -- 3 Globalization and Arab Foreign Policies: Constraints or Marginalization? -- 4 From Arab System to Middle Eastern System?: Regional Pressures and Constraints -- 5 Regional Leadership: Balancing off Costs and Dividends in the Foreign Policy of Egypt -- 6 Foreign Policy under Occupation: Does Iraq Need a Foreign Policy? -- 7 Foreign Policy as a Strategic National Asset: The Case of Jordan -- 8 The Art of the Impossible: The Foreign Policy of Lebanon -- 9 The Far West of the Near East: The Foreign Policy of Morocco -- 10 Irreconcilable Role-Partners? Saudi Foreign Policy between the Ulama and the US1 -- 11 From Fragmentation to Fragmentation?: Sudan's Foreign Policy -- 12 The Challenge of Restructuring: Syrian Foreign Policy -- 13 Politics of Constructive Engagement: The Foreign Policy of the United Arab Emirates -- 14 Conclusion: Foreign Policy, Globalization, and the Arab Dilemma of Change -- About the Contributors -- Index
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Link Print version: Korany, Bahgat Foreign Policies of Arab States : The Challenge of Globalization Cairo : American University in Cairo Press,c2008 9789774161971
Subject International relations.;Arab countries -- Foreign relations
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Alt Author Dessouki, Ali E. Hillal
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