Regional Security in the Middle East

Past Present and Future (Journal of Strategic Studies) by Zeev Maoz

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ISBN 100714648086
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Definition of Regional Security Complex Theory (RSCT): A theory espoused by Barry Buzan and Ole Waever, which identifies a regional security complex as a group of states whose primary national security concerns are so closely intertwined together that they cannot be extracted or addressed independently of each :// › dictionary › securitization-of-the-arctic › ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: maps ; 23 cm.

Contents: Saudi Arabia's search for security / Adeed Dawisha --The foreign policy of Syria / Itamar Rabinovich --A Palestinian state?/ Avi Plascov --The military threat to Israel / Andrew Duncan --A nuclear Middle East / Shai Feldman --Soviet policy towards Iran and the Gulf / Shahram :// › title › regional-security-in-the-middle-east › oclc › At this time of considerable political turmoil in the Middle East, there is a pressing need to explore alternative frameworks for regional security.

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Nader Hashemi is Director of the Center for Middle East Studies and an Associate Professor of Middle East and Islamic Politics at the University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies.

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