|Title||The foreign policies of Arab States : The challenge of globalization|
|Author||edited by Bahgat Korany and Ali E. Hillal Dessouki|
|Imprint||New York : The American University in Cairo Press, 2010|
|Descript||x, 515p. : maps, ill ; 23 cm|
Introduction: foreign policies of Arab States. -- Foreign policy analysis in the global era and the world of the Arabs. -- Foreign policy approaches and Arab Countries: a critical evaluation and an alternative framework. -- Globalization and Arab foreign policies: constraints or marginalization? -- From Arab systems to middle Eastern systems?: regional pressures and constraints. -- Regional leadership: balancing off costs and dividens in the foreign policy of Egypt. -- Foreign policy under occupation: does Iraq need a foreign policy? -- Foreign policy as a strategic national asset: the case of Jordan. -- The art of the impossible: the foreign policy of Lebanon. -- The far West of the near East: the foreign policy of Morocco. -- Irreconcilable role-partners?: Saudi foreign policy between the Ulama and the US. -- From fragmentation to fragmentation?: Sudan's foreign policy. -- The challenge of reconstructuring: Syrian foreign policy. -- Politics of constructive engagement: the foreign policy of the United Arab Emirates. -- Conclusion: foreign policy, globalization and the Arab dilemma of change.
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