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Misperceiving U.S. Foreign Policy in the Gulf: Raising the Hidden Costs of U.S. Dependence on Oil
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Iraq - Atlantic Council
Contributor Looney, Robert E. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index. Introduction Robert E. Looney 2. International Relations John Tirman 3.
source Korb and Daniel de Wit 4. War in the Middle East Dan Moran 7. Russell 9.
Gregg Alhajji Peace Process Stephen Zunes Looney Part 2: Perceptions The Arab Street Stephen Glain Hayajneh Zoubir Turkey and the US Lenore G. With increased involvement of the United States in the Middle East and military deployments in the area, the international relations scholarship focusing at the relations between the two regions sprung recently.
There has been no shortage of publications of scholars of all calibres offering different point of views and varying assessments. Looney from Routledge attempted to fill this gap. The edited volume consists of thirty-six chapters written by authors who are professors, professionals, think-tank researchers, graduate students or independent scholars.
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Most of them have professionally been linked to the region for an extended period of time; others have dealt with the relevant issues in US policy over a longer period of time. Most of the authors are Arab, and none of them is currently based at an Israeli institution or has received a degree there.
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Divided into three parts, the volume offers firstly introduction to the setting, followed by perceptions and finished by nineteen country studies. The first part focusing on the setting discusses topical issues in the US-Middle Eastern relations.
Highly welcome is an introductory chapter on relevant international theories, followed by a chapter on issues other than Iraq in the US Middle Eastern policy.
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