On this website students will find:
• Learning objectives
• Historical document weblinks
Just click on the links to the left.
The Ottoman Empire and its Legacy in the Middle East
The Colonial Period in the Middle East
The Cold War and the New International Relations of the Middle East
Nationalism, Islamism and the Politics of Ideology
Israel, the Palestinians and the Peace Process
Oil, Economy and Development in the Middle East
The Military, Security and Politics in the Middle East
Authoritarianism in the Middle East
Democratisation and the Arab Uprisings
US Military Intervention in the Middle East
The Syrian Conflict and the Syrian Refugee Crisis
Historical Documents Weblinks
This is a list of important historical documents which are referenced throughout the text.
Algerian Constitution (1976) http://www.servat.unibe.ch/icl/ag00000_.html
Anglo–American Commission of Inquiry (1946) http://avalon.law.yale.edu/subject_menus/angtoc.asp
Anglo–French Declaration (1919) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anglo-French_Declaration
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About the Book
This new edition of An Introduction to Middle East Politics continues to provide an expansive survey of Middle East politics, thoroughly revised and restructured in response to events currently taking place. Written in a lively and accessible manner, MacQueen takes students on a tour of the region’s modern political history up to the present, clearly signposting key events and issues.