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  • Author:
    Philip Robins
  • ISBN:
    0861871995
  • ISBN13:
    978-0861871995
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    Cengage Learning EMEA (May 17, 1991)
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    128 pages
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by Phillip Robbins (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0876091012.

Examines Turkey's expanding role in international affairs, especially Ankara's profile in the Middle East, arguing that, despite the role Turkey sees for itself in Europe, it cannot ignore the region. Turkish interests in the context of the Gulf War and the Arab-Israeli dispute are analyzed. ISBN13: 9780876091012. Release Date: April 1999.

New York: Council on Foreign Relations Press, 1991. Published: 1 December 1992. by Cambridge University Press (CUP). in Middle East Studies Association Bulletin. Middle East Studies Association Bulletin, Volume 26, pp 211-212; doi:10. For questions or feedback, please reach us at support at scilit.

HL Paper 159. Select Committee on International Relations. The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is undergoing tectonic shifts. The Select Committee on International Relations is appointed by the House of Lords in each session to consider the United Kingdom’s international relations. The Middle East constitutes the greatest challenge to policy-makers of any region in the world. Technology has connected, empowered and influenced a new generation of young people, who are questioning political authority with new intensity.

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Turkey and the Middle East, by Philip Robins. December 1992 · Middle East Studies Association Bulletin.

Turkey and the Middle East, by Philip Robins. A Proposal for correcting modern Maps : Literatur und Kartographie bei Jonathan Swift.

The Middle East - Philip Robins. Together with Iran, Israel and Turkey, they comprise the generally acknowledged members of the Middle East. A Oneworld Paperback Original. This book is the distillation of fourteen years teaching Middle East politics and society to undergraduate and Masters students at the University of Oxford. Though this may seem like an improbable cohort with which to develop the parameters of a beginner’s guide, in fact at the outset the vast majority of my students were indeed beginners as far as the study of the region is concerned.

Examines Turkey's expanding role in international affairs, especially Ankara's profile in the Middle East, arguing that, despite the role Turkey sees for itself in Europe, it cannot ignore the region. Turkish interests in the context of the Gulf War and the Arab-Israeli dispute are analyzed.