The debate about political
Ron David begins Arabs and Israel for Beginners by explaining that he wants to let the reader know ''where his book is heading.
The Middle East has a limited supply of water. The countries of the region are making increased demands upon that supply.
R. Hrair Dekmejian's Islam in Revolution, which first appeared in 1985, has been expanded in a new edition a decade after its first release.
That certain prominent members of the Maronite community in Lebanon carried on what Professor Kamal Salibi on the back cover of the dust jacket describes as "clandestine flirtations" with the Jewish minority in P
One of the issues that threads its way through histories of the Middle East during the Cold War is the relative extent to which events are ascribable to the influence of outside powers rather than regional actors.
In the Middle East, a rapidly expanding population is making even more rapidly expanding demands upon the water supply.
Miriam Lowi, in a book that is by and large thoroughly researched and amply documented, considers the Jordan River basin from both a politico economic and geographical perspective, and attempts comparisons (chapter 3) with other ri