Conflict Resolution in the Arab World: Selected Essays

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Paul Salem
American University of Beirut, 1997 - History - 482 pages
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This study of conflict management in the Middle East covers general conflict resolution in Islam, sociological roots of conflict resolution in the Arab World and conflict resolution and the Arab state. The Western perspectives presented are then critiqued from a non-Western standpoint.

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A critique of Western conflict resolution from a nonWestern
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Rethinking Islam as an ideology of violence
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tahkim
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