Publisher description for The international politics of the Middle East / Raymond Hinnebusch.
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This book provides a comprehensive analysis of Middle East international politics in the light of international relations theory. It assesses the impact of international penetration, including the historic formation of the regional state system, the continued role of external great powers, and the incorporation of the region into the international capitalist market. It examines the region’s distinctive dialect between trans-state identities, Arabism and Islam, and the consolidation of a sovereign state system. It looks at the consequences of state formation for the ability of state elites to manage the external and domestic arenas in which they must operate
and it analyzes the impact of the foreign policy process in individual states.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Middle East Foreign relations, Regionalism Middle East, National state, Postcolonialism Middle East