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Reconstruction and regional diplomacy in the Persian Gulf. [Hooshang Amirahmadi; Nader Entessar;] -- The social, political and economic patterns of interaction between the Gulf states.
The authors consider the role of the superpowers and of religion, and offer their own policy prescriptions. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Book Description. The Routledge Handbook of Persian Gulf Politics provides a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of Persian Gulf politics, history, economics, and society.
The volume begins its examination of Ottoman rule in the Arabian Peninsula, exploring other dimensions of the region’s history up until and after independence in the s and s. Reconstruction and regional diplomacy in the Persian Gulf Edited by Hooshang Amirahmadi and Nader Entessar London and New York 1 ei.
An account of policy changes in the wake of the Persian Gulf crisis is also given. The chapter is concluded with an. It is for these reasons that this book has an Iran-centred approach to the issues of regional diplomacy and post-war economic recovery.
The book focuses on four major themes: Islam and revolution, economic destruction and reconstruction, Iranian-Arab relations and the superpowers and Iran. Gregory Gause's masterful book is the first to offer a comprehensive account of the international politics in the Persian Gulf across nearly four decades.
The story begins in when Great Britain ended its protectorate relations with the smaller states of the lower Gulf. It traces developments in the region from the oil 'revolution' of –4 through the Iranian revolution, the Iran-Iraq war and the Gulf war of.
The Routledge Handbook of Persian Gulf Politics provides a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of Persian Gulf politics, history, economics, and society. The volume begins its examination of Ottoman rule in the Arabian Peninsula, exploring other dimensions of the region’s history up until and after independence in His edited books include The Caspian Region at a Crossroad: A New Frontier of Energy and Development; Small Islands, Big Politics: The Tomb and Abu Musa Islands in the Persian Gulf; The United States and the Middle East: A Search for New Perspectives; Post-Revolutionary Iran; Iran and the Arab World; and Reconstruction and Regional Diplomacy in the Persian Gulf.
Amirahmadi, Hooshang. "Economic destruction and imbalances in post-revolutionary Iran." In: H. Amirahmadi and N. Entessar, eds. Reconstruction and Regional Diplomacy in the Persian Gulf. London: Routledge. Athari, Djamal. "Revolutionary changes and post-war reconstruction in Iran." In: Reviving War Damaged Settlements.
A Report and. The Persian Gulf war might already be the most overanalyzed conflict in history. More ink than blood has been spilled before, during, and after the war, with the quest for “lessons‐learned” flourishing into a veritable cottage industry.
Reconstruction and Regional Diplomacy in the Persian Gulf Book Summary: First published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. Regional Security Dynamics; The Persian Gulf and the World; Examining the Persian Gulf’s increasing importance in regional politics, diplomacy, economics, and security issues, the volume is a valuable resource for scholars, students, and policy makers interested in political science, history, Gulf studies, and the Middle : Hardcover.
Britain and the Persian Gulf - Kelly, John B., () Reconstruction and regional diplomacy in the Persian Gulf. Sand storms, for example, affect Saudi Arabia, Iraq, and Iran.
Bringing them together at least on this level would create a precedent of regional cooperation. If EU diplomacy is limited in Saudi Arabia by fundamentally divergent strategic outlooks, it is the elite infighting.
Kurdish Politics in the Middle East analyzes political and social dimensions of Kurdish integration into the mainstream socio-political life in Iran, Iraq, and Turkey. Its central thesis is that ethnic conflict constitutes a major challenge to the contemporary nation-state system in the Middle East.
Long vanquished is the illusion of the "melting pot," or the concept that assimilation is an 5/5(1). Great Powers and Regional Orders explores the manifestations of US power in the Persian Gulf and the limits of American influence. Significantly, this volume explores both the impact of US domestic politics and the role played by the region itself in terms of regional.
The book concludes with cogent suggestions for training the next generation of international diplomats. From the environment and economics to arms control and counter-terrorism, our global future will depend on the skills we nurture in the men and women who represent our societies.
Co-editors: Jeremi Suri and Robert Hutchings. See Book Website. Strategic hedging is an emerging area of theory in academic international relations (IR) which has previously been applied to the PRC’s economic diplomacy in the Middle East (Salman and Geeraerts, ).The concept has also been applied to broader areas of Chinese foreign policy, for instance with reference to regional security in the Asia-Pacific region (Medeiros, ), China’s.
The presence of foreign forces in the Persian Gulf has caused regional security efforts to secure the interests of these powers. The security policy of countries stems from how their ruling elites understand the concepts of “threats” and “security issues” and “how to deal with threats”.
The security policy in the Persian Gulf has not gone [ ]. Hooshang Amirahmadi (Persian: هوشنگ امیراحمدی ; born ) is an Iranian American academic and political analyst. Amirahmadi is a professor of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, at Rutgers University.
He has stepped forward as a candidate for Iranian presidential elections inand The Limits Of EU Diplomacy In The Persian Gulf by Eldar Mamedov 2 years ago no comment I n line with the EU policy of balanced engagement with Saudi Arabia and Iran, a group of senior EU lawmakers visited both Riyadh and Tehran last week, with a stopover in Kuwait.
(29) Hooshang Amirahmadi, "Iranian Economic Reconstruction Plan and Prospects for its Success," in: Hooshang Amirahmadi and Nader Entessar eds., Reconstruction and Regional Diplomacy in the Persian Gulf. (New York: Routledge, ), p. Eiland is an archaeologist with an interest in textiles. Reconstruction and Regional Diplomacy in the Persian Gulf, first co-editor (with N.
Entessar) and contributor, London: Routledge. pages. Revolution and Economic Transition: The Iranian Experience, NY: Albany: State University of New York Press. pages. Post-Revolutionary Iran, first co-editor (with M. Parvin). His edited books include The Caspian Region at a Crossroad: A New Frontier of Energy and Development; Small Islands, Big Politics: The Tomb and Abu Musa Islands in the Persian Gulf; The United States and the Middle East: A Search for New Perspectives; Post-Revolutionary Iran; Iran and the Arab World; and Reconstruction and Regional Diplomacy in.
-Reconstruction and Regional Diplomacy in the Persian Gulf -Three other books in Persian -Over scholarly journal articles and book chapters • A frequent contributor to many conferences in Title: Distinguished Service Professor. She cited Donella Meadows as suggesting that the primary motivating factor for the Persian Gulf War was for the Pentagon to secure its sources of energy in order to keep the war machine running and to continue to be able to wage war in general.2 Richard K.
Thomas, taking a realist stance that would do George Kennan proud, stated that issues of. activity. they have done it in a way that is exemplary for the way a policy discussion should do so to set up a conference so there is no responsibility for what we say but but it is an issue of significant broad interest we are grateful for the support.
looking at what has happened in the gulf there is a broader national debate if the us should be digging in or pulling out. Prior to joining Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, she taught and directed policy task forces and policy workshops on US diplomacy in the Persian Gulf region, including Iraq and Yemen for seven years at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and served as Director of the School’s.
Since the late s, when the threat of an American invasion of Iraq arose, Russia has repeatedly raised the question of how to establish a sub-regional security system in the Persian Gulf in order to “unplug” Iraq (which lacks unhindered access to Gulf shipping due to neighbouring Kuwait) and to ensure that arrangements are established so.
His edited books include The Caspian Region at a Crossroad: A New Frontier of Energy and Development; Small Islands, Big Politics: The Tomb and Abu Musa Islands in the Persian Gulf; The United States and the Middle East: A Search for New Perspectives; Post-Revolutionary Iran; Iran and the Arab World; and Reconstruction and Regional Diplomacy in.
Hooshang Amirahmadi "holds a Ph.D. in planning and international development from Cornell University and is a professor at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.
He has served as chair and graduate director of his department and director of .The Persian Gulf naming dispute is concerned with the name of the body of water known historically and internationally as the Persian Gulf (Persian: خلیج فارس ), after the land of Persia (the Western exonym for Iran).This name has become contested by some Arab countries since the s in connection with the emergence of pan-Arabism and Arab nationalism, resulting in the invention.This research paper examines how underlying shifts in security dynamics in the Persian Gulf may evolve as regional states respond to the perception of receding U.S.
leadership by further diversifying security relationships and internationalizing what until the s had been a .