1 edition of Indo-Iranian relations and the Arab prism found in the catalog.
Indo-Iranian relations and the Arab prism
P. R. Kumaraswamy
by Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research in Abu Dhabi
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 51-52).
|Series||The Emirates occasional papers -- 64, Emirates occasional papers -- no. 64.|
|LC Classifications||DS450.I68 K86 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||2010404818|
Iran‐Pakistan relations have had a distinct characteristic over the past five decades and Islamabad's clandestine transfer of nuclear technology and materials to Iran underlines its significance. India–Iran relations refers to the bilateral relations between the countries India and Iran. Independent India and Iran established diplomatic relations on 15 March During much of the Cold War period, relations between the Republic of India and the erstwhile Imperial State of Iran suffered due to their different political interests—non-aligned India fostered strong military links with the Soviet Union, while Iran Missing: Arab prism.
Georges Corm is Professor at the Institute of Political Sciences at Saint-Joseph University in Beirut, Lebanon. He was formerly a public-sector economist and an international economic consultant. Between and he was Lebanese Minister of Finance. He has published extensively on the contemporary history of the Middle East and relations between the Arab world and the West. Taking a comparative approach, this book considers the ways in which political regimes have changed since the Arab Spring. It addresses a series of questions about political change in the context of the revolutions, upheavals and protests that have taken place in North Africa and the Arab Middle East since December , and looks at the various processes have been underway in the region.
policies—from the Arab-Israeli conflict to inter-Arab relations to support for international terrorism—instrumental tools in the effort to keep stability and security at home. Assad's alliance with the Soviet Union was a critical element in this effort and the collapse of communism was a shock to Assad and the Syrian elite. The Arab Spring’s seismic impact on the region not only shifted the political landscape, it also sparked a new wave of cultural thought. It refocused attention onto Arabic arts and literature as a prism through which various scholars sought to understand ongoing social changes.
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Black Wave is an insightful history of Middle Eastern conflict and why the Middle East is in a state of turmoil today. Award-winning journalist and author Kim Ghattas argues that the turning point in the modern history of the Middle East can be located in three major events in The Iranian revolution; the siege of the Holy Mosque in Mecca; and the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan/5(92).
the secondary sources such as related books and articles published in Iran, India and abroad have also been used. Chapter II: Indo-Iranian relationship in Pre–Aryan and Aryan period:This chapter reviews the earliest phase of Indo-Iranian relationship.
The Indo-Iranian relationship could be File Size: KB. IRAN: U.S.-Iranian relations seen through the prism of high school textbooks Janu | pm In 11th grade history classes, Iranian high school students are required to read a textbook that devotes pages to the history between the United States and Iran, citing 32 different sources painstakingly footnoted.
Through the prism of the European Neighbourhood Policy, the book provides a window into the internal politics and relevant issues of Maghreb countries. It will therefore be a valuable resource for students and scholars of European and Mediterranean Studies, as well as those interested in EU international by: 3.
A to Z of the Arab-Israeli Conflict, Scarecrow Press, Caught in the Crossfire: Civilians in Conflicts in the Middle East (edited), Ithaca, Indo-Iranian Relations and the Arab Prism. Beware of Small States is a history of the Arab-Israeli conflict as seen through the prism of its impact on the internal development of neighbouring Arab states, particularly tiny, fragile Lebanon.
Using material derived from archives in both India and Israel, Kumaraswamy investigates the factors that have hindered relations between these two countries despite their numerous commonalities. He also considers how India destabilized relations, the actions that were necessary for normalization to occur, and the directions bilateral relations may take in the future.
Their works are examined primarily through the prism of two conceptual questions: the idea of the modern and the formation of a Muslim subject. Approaching Islam through the works of these two Muslims, she illuminates aspects of Islamic modernity that have been obscured and problematizes assumptions founded on the oppositional dichotomies of modern/traditional, secular/sacred, and.
Arbitration and International Trade in the Arab Countries by Nathalie Najjar is masterful compendium of arbitration law in the Arab countries. A true study of comparative law in the purest sense of the term, the work puts into perspective the solutions retained in the various laws concerned and highlights both their convergences and divergences.
Using the longue durée approach to history, this paper reflects on the long history of Arab-Iranian interactions and identifies three key historical developments which had a defining role in shaping mutual Arab-Iranian perceptions – the fall of the Sassanian Empire at the hands of Arab Muslim army, replacing Pahlavi for Arabic script, and Safavid conversion to Shiʿa Islam, which correspond.
This series examines new ways of understanding democratization and government in the Middle East. The varied and uneven processes of change, occurring in the Middle Eastern region, can no longer be read and interpreted solely through the prism of Euro-American transitology.
The book is sympathetic to the Arab past and outlines directly and indirectly paths to a better future. This is the sort of book that should be required reading for US State Department senior people, and with any luck President Obama might have time to read s: In his essay, “Pakistan As A Factor in Indo-Iranian Relations”, for the December issue of The Indian Journal of Political Science, L.K.
Choudhary wrote that, during the Pakistan. Foreign Relations will win many admirers and should enrich current immigration debates."—Carl Guarneri, author of America in the World: United States History in Global Context "Gabaccia's fascinating book demonstrates the indissoluble intersections between U.S.
national interest—industrialization in the s, international trade, wartime Missing: Arab prism. Kumaraswamy's book is a well researched and thorough account of Indo-Israeli relations that is highly recommended for both academics and the general public. Michael B. Bishku, Middle East Journal This thorough, scholarly study suggests that when the domestic polity is fractured, holding it together takes primacy in foreign policy.
Net Worth of the Arab Spring”, Autumn ); Journal of Communication [“Social Media and the Arab Spring”, Volume 62]. 2 This is most probably related to a more prevalent anti-Marxist reflex.
The relative quiet across Arab states during Mr. Modi’s visit and conversations with diplomats in the region reveal that India’s West Asia relations are no longer viewed through the prism of. This book is about the social history of the Arab Jews—Jews living in Arab countries—against the backdrop of Zionist nationalism.
By using the term “Arab Jews” (rather than “Mizrahim,” which literally means “Orientals”) the book challenges the binary opposition between Arabs and Jews in Zionist discourse, a dichotomy that renders the linking of Arabs and Jews in this way : Hardcover. Calabrese, John (). ^Mastering the Game of Kings: Indo-Iranian Relations in an Evolving Strategic ontext, Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, (pp.
60–82). Chandra, Vishal (). ^Growing Afghan Maze: An Opportunity for Indo-Iranian Re-Engagement, in Anwar Alam (Ed.) India and Iran: An Assessment of Contemporary Relations.
“In this extremely timely and much-needed book, Mohamed El-Bendary uses the prism of the Arab media to analyze the Arab and American cultural misunderstandings, stereotypical images, and mutual resentments that have plagued Arab-American relations for decades.Featuring scholars from a range of disciplines, the book demonstrates how the Persian Gulf’s current, complex politics is a product of interwoven dynamics rooted in historical developments and memories, profound social, cultural, and economic changes underway since the s and the s, and inter-state and international relations among.The world through Arab eyes: Arab public opinion and the reshaping of the Middle East.
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