Jordan's Inter-Arab Relations: The Political Economy of Alliance Making

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Columbia University Press, 1994 - History - 350 pages
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Exploring Jordan's relationships with surrounding countries, this volume uses specific case studies to analyze the workings of inter-Arab politics. It describes how Jordan has had to negotiate its security issues carefully due to the unstable economic and political structures of its neighbours.
  

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Contents

Bridging
15
The Economy and Economic Policy in Jordan
39
JordanianSaudi Relations
87
JordanianKuwaiti Relations
123
JordanianSyrian Relations
152
JordanianIraqi Relations
196
JordanianEgyptian Relations
242
Budget Security and Its Broader Applicability
277
U S Dollars to Jordanian Dinars Exchange Rate
303
Bibliography
327
Index
339
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Laura Doan is Associate Professor of English at SUNY Geneseo. She is the editor of Old Maids to Radical Spinsters: Unmarried Women in the Twentieth-Century Novel.

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