TitleAnalyzing Middle East foreign policies and the relationship with Europe / edited by Gerd Nonneman
Imprint London : Routledge, c2005
Descript 269 p. ; 24 cm.

CONTENT

Analyzing the foreign policies of the Middle East and North Africa : a conceptual framework -- The three environments of Middle East foreign policy making and relations with Europe -- Analyzing Moroccan foreign policy and relations with Europe -- Egyptian-European relations : from conflict to cooperation -- Globalization and generational change : Syrian foreign policy between regional conflict and European partnership -- Lebanon and Europe : The foreign policy of a penetrated state -- Propaganda versus pragmatism : Iraqi foreign policy in Qasim's years, 1958-63 -- Dynamics and determinants of the GCC states' foreign policy, with special reference to the EU -- Revolution, Theocratic leadership and Iran's foreign policy : Implications for Iran-EU relations -- The determinants of Turkish foreign policy, and Turkey's European vocation -- Shades of opinion : the oil exporting countries and international climate politics -- Explaining international politics in the Middle East : The struggle of regional identity and systemic structure


Middle East -- Foreign relations -- Europe Europe -- Foreign relations -- Middle East

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