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Challenges to the Cohesion of the Arab State

Edited by Asher Susser

Cloth $39.95    |    978-965-224-079-8    |    2009

The Middle East state system is hardly self-evident and is, by and large, an artificial colonial construct. In recent years, especially after the U.S. invasion of Iraq, a pervasive sense of uncertainty has gripped the capitals of the Middle East in regard to the continued stability of the region’s state order. The unrest in Iraq sent shockwaves throughout the Arab East. The relative weakness of the Arab state system, the spread of radical Islam, and the reassertion of traditional sub-state identities threaten to undermine the cohesion of some key Arab states. How are they coping with these challenges? To what extent are their efforts succeeding in maintaining cohesion of the Arab States? These are the crucial questions that this compendium seeks to examine.

5 3/4 x 8 3/4, 264 pages

Distributed for The Moshe Dayan Center

Challenges to the Cohesion of the Arab State

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