The Middle East: Oil, Conflict & Hope
Essays presented here analyze the basic factors at work within each of the states of the Middle East, within the region as a whole, and in the global arena of superpower rivalry, as well as the critical choices that face the countries of the area.
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The Economy of the Middle East and North
The Accumulation of Financial Capital
Middle Eastern Leadership Morroe Berger
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