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Security and Peace in the Middle East : Experiments with Democracy in an Islamic World

By David G. Curdy

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Title: Security and Peace in the Middle East : Experiments with Democracy in an Islamic World  
Author: David G. Curdy
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, History of America, International Relations
Collections: Islam, Islamic Sociology, Authors Community, Social Sciences, Most Popular Books in China, Military Science, Literature, Political Science, Naval Science, History
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Publisher: Air University Press
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In this excellent essay Lt Col David G. Curdy examines the prospects for democratic transitions in the Middle East. He notes that with the conclusion of the cold war, the basis for US Middle East policy, which had centered around oil, Israel, and the Soviet Union, should be reexamined and, perhaps, redesigned.

 

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