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Us-Iran Nuclear Deal: Power Dynamics for Iran and Saudi Arabia - 2865647668

30,95 zł

Us-Iran Nuclear Deal: Power Dynamics for Iran and Saudi Arabia



Saudi Arabia and Iran - 2854483334

66,38 zł

Saudi Arabia and Iran I B TAURIS

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

In the wake of the 1979 Iranian revolution, relations between states in the Middle East were reconfigured and reassessed overnight. Amongst the most-affected was the relationship between Iran and Saudi Arabia. The existence of a new regime in Tehran led to increasingly vitriolic confrontations between these two states, often manifesting themselves in the conflicts across the region, such as those in Lebanon and Iraq, and more recently in Bahrain and Syria. In order to shed light upon this rivalry, Simon Mabon examines the different identity groups within Saudi Arabia and Iran (made up of various religions, ethnicities and tribal groupings), proposing that internal insecurity has an enormous impact on the wider ideological and geopolitical competition between the two. With analysis of this heated and often uneasy relationship and its impact on the wider Middle East, this book is vital for those researching international relations and diplomacy in the region.


Middle East Predictions 2017 - Wars, Money, Power and Future of: Yemen, Libya, Iran, Lebanon, Palestine, Iraqi Kurdistan, Iraq, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, E - 2848205075

158,00 zł

Middle East Predictions 2017 - Wars, Money, Power and Future of: Yemen, Libya, Iran, Lebanon, Palestine, Iraqi Kurdistan, Iraq, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, E



Is There a Human Rights Double Standard?: U.S. Policy Toward Saudi Arabia, Iran, and Uzbekistan - 2864319113

93,49 zł

Is There a Human Rights Double Standard?: U.S. Policy Toward Saudi Arabia, Iran, and Uzbekistan



Iran And Saudi Arabia - 2860345143

439,99 zł

Iran And Saudi Arabia

Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Society & social sciences>Politics & government



Saudi Arabia And Iran - 2864938352

519,99 zł

Saudi Arabia And Iran

Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Society & social sciences>Politics & government>Regional governmentKsiążki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>H...



Iran and Saudi Arabia: Potential for Conflict or Uneasy Peace? - 2862250554

246,27 zł

Iran and Saudi Arabia: Potential for Conflict or Uneasy Peace? Books on Demand

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

The relationship between Iran and Saudi Arabia has been a tenuous one following the 1979 Iranian Revolution. The research question investigates what type of threat Iran poses to Saudi Arabia and how the Saudi's will respond. This threat is not limited to a military one; it includes those to the Saudi economy and political instability. Iran seeks regional dominance; standing in its way is Saudi Arabia. It has rebuilt its military, sponsored violent organizations, and threatened to close the Strait of Hormuz. These threaten not only the security of Saudi Arabia but its legitimacy in the Arab world. The relationship of these two nations will continue to impact the region and possibly the world economy.


Gulf Military Forces in an Era of Asymmetric Wars - 2862049115

592,43 zł

Gulf Military Forces in an Era of Asymmetric Wars Praeger Publishers Inc

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

The significance of the Persian Gulf to international peace and security and to the global energy market cannot be overstated. Events such as the attacks of September 11 and the rise in energy demand and prices have only highlighted the importance of stability in the Gulf to the health of the global economy. This book demonstrates that the nature of military and political threats in the Gulf states (Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Iraq, Qatar, Yemen, and the UAE) has shifted during the past three years. Although the threat from Saddam Hussein's Iraq, which produced three recent, major conventional wars-Iran-Iraq (1980-88), Persian Gulf (1990), and Iraq (2003)-has largely disappeared, it has been replaced by concerns over the asymmetric warfare conducted by terrorist organizations and over the proliferation of WMDs by both states and terrorists. These developments are affecting the defense planning and strategic posture of each country, and this book analyzes developments in the force structures of the Gulf states and their ability to deal with this shift in the nature of the threat. The military and security forces of the Gulf states must evolve to adapt to the changing nature of the threat and take into account the risk of the Iraqi insurgency and the uncertainty surrounding IraQ's future. The key areas covered in this book include the internal terrorist threat to Saudi Arabia and the Gulf states; the impact of Iran's nuclear program and the risk it poses to energy and internal security in the Gulf area; and border disputes within the region that could develop into conflict. In addition, the book studies the impact of the Iraq War on regional security and the fear of the insurgency spilling over into neighboring states. Cordesman and Al-Rodhan demonstrate a shift toward using internal security services to deal with the threat of extremism and asymmetric warfare. They also suggest that high energy prices and export revenues provide the Gulf countries the opportunity to upgrade their military forces and deal with their undercapitalization as a result of low oil prices in the 1990s. Moreover, they insist that the future of Iraq, the strategic and nuclear posture of Iran, and the terrorist threat will remain major risks and uncertainties in the short to medium run.


Syrian Conflagration - 2826746329

86,79 zł

Syrian Conflagration Helion & Company

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

The Syrian Civil War, (the colloquial name of the ongoing conflict in Syria), has experienced an entirely unexpected transformation during its first two years. It started as unrest within the Syrian population and a series of mass demonstrations within the context of wider protest movements in the Middle East and North Africa in 2011, known as the Arab Spring. Contrary to events in Egypt, Libya, Tunisia and Yemen, where oppressive governments were toppled by the end of that year, the government of Syria deployed the full force of its military, its intelligence apparatus, and para-military groups, launching an unprecedented crackdown that resulted in the arrest, detention and killing of many thousands. Despite its brutality, this effort back-fired: it provoked mass desertions of the Syrian military and then an armed uprising. The emerging insurgency was generally successful through 2012, although failing to capture Damascus, it did secure more than half of Aleppo and Homs, the provincial capital of Raqqa, and nearly all of north-eastern and north-western Syria under its control. Although propped-up by economic and military support from the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Russian Federation, the government of Syria was nearing the brink of collapse during the first half of 2013 when, prompted by Tehran, the Hezbollah - a Shi'a Islamic militant group (and political party) from Lebanon - entered the conflict on its side. Soon after, the Hezbollah was reinforced by significant contingents of Iranian-sponsored Shi'a from Iraq, Lebanon and elsewhere, and then by volunteers from Iran, including crack units of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps. Meanwhile, already split along the lines of Syria's complex demography, much of the insurgency transformed from a secular and non-sectarian movement into proxies of various foreign powers, foremost Saudi Arabia and Qatar, but also Turkey and Kuwait. Furthermore, foreign Jihadists motivated by al-Qaida joined the fray, aiming to establish an Islamist state and clandestinely cooperating with the government, they fell into the back of insurgency. Thus, an extremely complex conflict - which meanwhile not only spilled over the border into Lebanon, but is having a major impact upon Iranian-Saudi relations, and relations between the West, Iran and a number of Arab countries - came into being, the outcome of which is presently anything but predictable. Syrian Conflagration is the first instalment in the Middle East@War series. Drawing on extensive research, including first hand accounts it provides a compelling overview of the first three years of the ongoing conflict in Syria. The book features around 120 photos, 12-15 artworks and 3-4 maps. Middle East@War - following on from our highly-successful Africa@War series, Middle East@War replicates the same format - concise, incisive text, rare images and high quality colour artwork providing fresh accounts of both well-known and more esoteric aspects of conflict in this part of the world since 1945.


Education Revolution in the Gulf - 2862375271

97,08 zł

Education Revolution in the Gulf Georg Olms Verlag AG

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Die Regierungen der arabischen Golfstaaten planen schon längst für die Zeit nach dem Öl. Die Ressource, aus der neuer Reichtum fließen soll, heißt "Bildung". Entschieden treiben die arabischen Herrscherfamilien den Strukturwandel von der Ölwirtschaft zur Wissensökonomie mit dem Ziel des Aufbaus wissensbasierter Gesellschaften voran. In den acht Anrainerstaaten des Golfs ist eine "Bildungs-Revolution" im Gang, die bewusst an islamische Gelehrtentraditionen aus der Blütezeit arabischer Wissenschaft im 8.-12. Jahrhundert anknüpft und deren Ausmaß in Europa noch kaum bekannt ist. Das vorliegende Handbuch beschreibt erstmalig sämtliche wichtigen Hochschulentwicklungen vom Irak über Kuwait, Saudi-Arabien, Bahrain, Qatar, die Vereinigten Arabischen Emirate und Oman bis zum Iran. Zugleich macht es deutlich, dass die visionären Scheichs die deutschen Universitäten als Wunschpartner im Wissenstransfer betrachten und bereit sind, das angelsächsisch dominierte Hochschulwesen um eine starke Komponente aus dem Lande Humboldts zu bereichern. The governments of the Arabian Gulf states have long been planning for the post-oil era. The name of the resource from which their new wealth will flow is 'education'. The Arab ruling families are determinedly promoting the structural change from an oil-based economy to a knowledge-based economy with the goal of creating a knowledge based society. The eight states neighbouring the Persian Gulf are witnessing an 'education revolution', with conscious links to the tradition of Islamic scholarship which flourished in the 8th-12th centuries CE, and which remains largely unknown in Europe. This guide describes for the first time the most important developments in tertiary education from Iraq, via Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates and Oman, to Iran. At the same time it demonstrates that the visionary Sheikhs see German universities as potential partners in the transfer of knowledge and are prepared to enrich the dominant Anglo-American culture of the university sector with elements from the land of Humboldt.


Shaping Global Islamic Discourses - 2840062730

419,99 zł

Shaping Global Islamic Discourses

Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Humanities>Religion & beliefs>Aspects of religion (non-Christian)>Religious life & practice>Instruct...

Explores The Influence Of Centres Of Islamic Learning In Saudi Arabia, Iran And Egypt. This Book Claims That Saudi Oil Money Is Fuelling Salafi Islam In And Geographical Terrains As Disparate As The Remote Hamlets Of The Swat Valley In Pakistan And Sprawling Megacities Such As Jakarta.


Historia Iraku - 2824298214

38,30 zł

Historia Iraku Książka i Wiedza

Historia świata

By zrozumieć Irak, trzeba przeczytać książkę Charlesa Trippa. Już od pierwszego wydania w 2000 r. stała się klasyczną pozycją w dziedzinie studiów bliskowschodnich, wysoko ocenianą przez studentów, wojskowych, polityków i dziennikarzy. Obecne uzupełnione wydanie uwzględnia ostatnią inwazję amerykańską na Irak, upadek i uwięzienie Saddama Husajna, a także konflikty wewnętrzne, które ogarnęły ten kraj. Można się również przekonać, że to, co nastąpiło po 2003 r., pokrywa się w większości z analizami zawartymi w książce. Tripp stawia tezę, że na obecną sytuacją Iraku złożyły się wszystkie wydarzenia w tym kraju  w XX w., proponuje też  alternatywne wizje przyszłości. Bez właściwego zrozumienia poruszonych w książce problemów - takich jak relacje patron-klient, przemoc zorganizowana, różnice sekciarskie, etniczne i plemienne - będą one nadal wpływały na przyszłość Iraku, tak jak to się działo w przeszłości. Charles Tripp jest profesorem bliskowschodnich studiów politycznych w Wyższej Szkole Studiów Orientalnych i Afrykańskich Uniwersytetu Londyńskiego. Opublikował między innymi: Islam and the Moral Economy: The Challenge of Capitalism (2006), Iran-Saudi Arabia Relations and Regional Order (z S. Chubinem, 1996), a także Iran and Iraq at War (1988).


Sectarian Politics in the Gulf - 2854296818

249,92 zł

Sectarian Politics in the Gulf University Press Group Ltd

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

One of Foreign Policy's Best Five Books of 2013, chosen by MarcLynch of The Middle East Channel Beginning with the 2003 invasion of Iraq and concluding with the aftermath of the 2011 Arab uprisings, Frederic M. Wehrey investigates the roots of the Shi?a-Sunni divide now dominating the Persian Gulf's political landscape. Focusing on three Gulf states affected most by sectarian tensions -- Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait -- Wehrey identifies the factors that have exacerbated or tempered sectarianism, including domestic political institutions, the media, clerical establishments, and the contagion effect of external regional events, such as the Iraq war, the 2006 Lebanon conflict, the Arab uprisings, and Syria's civil war. In addition to his analysis, Wehrey builds a historical narrative of Shi?a activism in the Arab Gulf since 2003, linking regional events to the development of local Shi?a strategies and attitudes toward citizenship, political reform, and transnational identity. He finds that, while the Gulf Shi?a were inspired by their coreligionists in Iraq, Iran, and Lebanon, they ultimately pursued greater rights through a nonsectarian, nationalist approach. He also discovers that sectarianism in the region has largely been the product of the institutional weaknesses of Gulf states, leading to excessive alarm by entrenched Sunni elites and calculated attempts by regimes to discredit Shi?a political actors as proxies for Iran, Iraq, or Lebanese Hizballah. Wehrey conducts interviews with nearly every major Shi?a leader, opinion shaper, and activist in the Gulf Arab states, as well as prominent Sunni voices, and consults diverse Arabic-language sources.


In Whose Name? - 2822175900

172,00 zł

In Whose Name? Wydawnictwo: Thames & Hudson

WYDAWNICTWA ALBUMOWE > Fotografia > Tematyczna > Reportaż i dokument

In Whose Name? ISBN: 9780500543757 Autor: Magnum Rok wydania: 2009-06-15 Ilość stron: 272 Oprawa: twarda Format: 280 x 214 mm The Islamic World After 9/11 On 11 September 2001, the photographer Abbas watched the Twin Towers fall in New York - live on Siberian TV, thirteen time zones away. It spurred him to begin a journey through the Islamic world that would last seven years. The photographs published here are the final result of that project. Born in Iran, Abbas casts a sharp eye over a world seen by very few from the West until now. Seeking out people and places that have been overlooked by others, he reveals far more - and in greater depth - than photojournalists who focus on flashpoints or who race to break the latest news. Abbas is acclaimed for his special ability to freeze a moment in a particular social or political conflict, to frame actions or gestures that instantly become emblematic: what he calls


Deadly Connections - 2854189011

148,85 zł

Deadly Connections Cambridge University Press

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Thousands of people have died at the hands of terrorist groups who rely on state support for their activities. Iran and Syria are well known as sponsors of terrorism, while other countries, some with strong connections to the West, have enabled terrorist activity by turning a blind eye. Daniel Byman's hard-hitting and articulate book, first published in 2005, analyzes this phenomenon. Focusing primarily on sponsors from the Middle East and South Asia, it examines the different types of support that states provide, their motivations, and the impact of such sponsorship. The book also considers regimes that allow terrorists to raise money and recruit without providing active support. The experiences of Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Syria, Saudi Arabia, and Libya are detailed here, alongside the histories of radical groups such as al-Qaida and Hizballah. The book concludes by assessing why it is often difficult to force sponsors to cut ties to terrorist groups and suggesting ways in which it could be done better in the future.


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