For twenty years, American policymakers and foreign-policy analysts have been concerned with how to maintain peace and enhance stability in the oil-rich Persian Gulf region. The objectives of U.S.
The Middle East has a limited supply of water. The countries of the region are making increased demands upon that supply.
This book is predicated on the belief that a thriving civil society is a necessary but not sufficient requirement for the emergence of democracy.
This is an interesting book,
Laurie Brand, a professor of international relations at the University of Southern California, has a talent for approaching her subjects from unique perspectives.