Over‐stating the Arab State: Politics and Society in the Middle East: Nazih N. Ayubi. Nancy E. Gallagher Ph.D. University of California, Santa. NAZIH N. AYUBI: Over-stating the Arab state: politics and society in the. Middle East, xiii, pp. London and New York, I. B. Tauris, £35 (paper £). Get this from a library! Over-stating the Arab state: politics and society in the Middle East. [Nazih N M Ayubi].
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Nazih Ayubi’s main objective in this book is to place the Arab world within a theoretical and comparative framework that avoids both “orientalist” and “fundamentalist” insistence on the utter peculiarity and uniqueness of the region. Publication date ISBN State formation in the Levant. Tauris- Political Science – pages 0 Reviews https: Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es. Over-stating the Arab state: Economic Liberalisation and Privatisation: SearchWorks Catalog Stanford Libraries.
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