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Identity and foreign policy in the Middle East / edited by Shibley Telhami and Michael Barnett.

Contributor(s): Barnett, Michael N, 1960- | Telhami, Shibley.
Publisher: Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2002Description: vii, 207 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 080143940X (cloth); 0801487455 (pbk.).Subject(s): Middle East -- Foreign relations | Orta Doğu -- Dış ilişkiler | Group identity -- Political aspects -- Middle East | Grup kimliği -- Politik yönleri -- Orta Doğu | Nation-state | Ulus-devlet | Middle East -- Politics and government -- 20th century | Orta Doğu -- Siyaset ve yönetim -- 20. yüzyılOnline resources: Book review (H-Net)
Contents:
Jordan's identity and interests / Marc Lynch -- Michael Barnett -- Suzanne Maloney -- Adeed Dawisha -- Yahya Sadowski -- Ibrahim A. Karawan -- Stephen Saideman. The Israeli identity and the peace process: recreating the unthinkable / Identity and change in Iran's foreign policy / Footprints in the sand: the definition and redefinition of identity in Iraq's foreign policy / The evolution of political identity in Syria / Identity and foreign policy: the case of Egypt / Conclusion: thinking theoretically about identity and foreign policy /
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Jordan's identity and interests / Marc Lynch -- Michael Barnett -- Suzanne Maloney -- Adeed Dawisha -- Yahya Sadowski -- Ibrahim A. Karawan -- Stephen Saideman. The Israeli identity and the peace process: recreating the unthinkable / Identity and change in Iran's foreign policy / Footprints in the sand: the definition and redefinition of identity in Iraq's foreign policy / The evolution of political identity in Syria / Identity and foreign policy: the case of Egypt / Conclusion: thinking theoretically about identity and foreign policy /

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