Middle East Contemporary Survey: 1997, Volume 21
The Moshe Dayan Center, 1999 - Business & Economics - 798 pages
The Middle East Contemporary Survey is the authoritative reference work on contemporary Middle Eastern affairs. Volume 21 is the latest in a series of annual surveys that provide a continuing record and analysis of the rapidly changing events in this complex area of the world. Some of the events that are analyzed include the future of the Arab-Israeli peace process; the change of government in Israel; the ascent of an Islamist-led coalition coalition government in Turkey (traditionally the most secular of all Middle Eastern Muslim countries); the growing discontent with the established Islamic order in Iran; and the continuing violent confrontation between the regime and the Islamist opposition in Algeria.
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