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  1. Russia in the Middle East: Friend or Foe? (Praeger Security International) by Andrej Kreutz, 2006-11-30
  2. The Struggle for Peace in the Middle East by Mahmoud Riad, 1982-02
  3. Politics and Change in the Middle East: Sources of Conflict and Accomodation, Seventh Edition by Roy R. Andersen, Robert F. Seibert, et all 2003-10-27
  4. Domestic Government : Kinship, Community and Policy in North Yemen (Society and Culture in the Modern Middle East) by Martha Mundy, 1996-12-15
  5. Encyclopedia of the Modern Middle East (4 Volumes)
  6. The International Politics of the Middle East (Regional International Politics Series) by Raymond Hinnebusch, 2003-07-18
  7. Authoritarianism In The Middle East: Regimes AndResistance
  8. Neocon Middle East Policy: The "Clean Break" Plan Damage Assessment
  9. Religion and Politics in the Middle East: Identity, Ideology, Institutions, and Attitudes by Robert D. Lee, 2009-09-01
  10. State, Power and Politics in the Making of the Modern Middle East by Roger Owen, 2004-08-23
  11. War and Peace in the Middle East: A Concise History, Revised and Updated by Avi Shlaim, 1995-08-01
  12. Tribes and State Formation in the Middle East
  13. The State of the Middle East: An Atlas of Conflict and Resolution, Revised and Updated by Dan Smith, 2008-10-02
  14. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Middle East Conflict, 4th Edition by Ph.D., Mitchell G. Bard, 2008-09-02

41. President, Vice President, Sec. Of State Discuss Middle East
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listen 4:15 P.M. EST THE PRESIDENT: Good afternoon. I'm deeply concerned about the tragic loss of life and escalating violence in the Middle East. This is a matter of great interest to the United States and all who want peace in the region and in the world. There is a road map to peace. The Tenet security work plan will bring parties together to reduce the violence, improve the security situation and return to the path of peace. The Tenet work plan is the first step towards implementing the Mitchell Committee report in full, and resuming a political process between the sides. I'm committed to working with our partners in the region and around the world in the pursuit of this goal. The United States has a vision of a Middle East in which all people Arabs and Israelis can live as neighbors, in full peace and security.

42. Transcript: Powell, UN Secretary General Discuss Afghanistan, Middle East
with respect to the creation of a provisional government. areas of interest, especiallythe middle east, and the of issues that the Secretary general and I
Transcript: Powell, UN Secretary General Discuss Afghanistan, Middle East
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November 29, 2001 Secretary of State Colin Powell and United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan told reporters November 28, following their meeting at the State Department in Washington, that they had discussed all aspects of the situation in Afghanistan military, political, and humanitarian as well as the situation in the Middle East. Annan, in his remarks to reporters, said that his message to Afghan leaders meeting in Bonn is that "they have a unique and historic responsibility to do something for their people who have suffered for far too long." Annan urged the meeting participants to "seize this moment" and form a broad-based transitional administration," so that the international community can put in to Afghanistan "the kinds of resources that will be required to develop the country." Powell was also asked about Iraq, and President Bush's executive order that would permit U.S. military tribunals to try suspected terrorists. Following is the transcript: (begin transcript) U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE

43. Duke Library Middle Eastern Studies
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on the region, broadly defined here as the area which stretches from Morocco in the West to Iran in the East, and Turkey in the North to the Sudan, Saudi Arabia and Yemen in the South. Location Symbols Used in this Guide: Div. Docs. Law Lilly Perkins Ref. Divinity School Library Public Documents and Maps Department Law School Library Lilly Library Perkins Library Reference Department Compiled by Lokman I. Meho

44. Middle East And Europe: Resolution On U.S. Policy In The Middle East
by Israeli violations of UN resolutions, among them UN general Assembly resolution194 1. Call upon the US government to base its middle east policy upon
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Resolution on U.S. policy in the Middle East November 10, 2002 Adopted by the Common Global Ministries Board of Directors at its semi-annual meeting, in Cleveland, Ohio, on November 10, 2002. The Common Global Ministries Board is a common witness of the Division of Overseas Ministries, Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and Wider Church Ministries, a covenanted ministry of the United Church of Christ. Theological Rationale In these times of war and rumors of war, we are surrounded by voices that cry for revenge, voices that inspire hatred, and voices that demand control. Such voices are not unique to our times. They are present across the ages, just as war is recorded in the annals of history in all times and places. They are not the only voices that cry out, though! Paul’s letter to the Galatians shows us a clear alternative, an attitude not determined by our basest instincts but rather guided by a faithful discernment of the Spirit’s guidance in our own lives, and the life of our nations. We are thus called to be instruments of the Spirit’s reconciling fruits, especially of peace, patience, and self-control; and to make our voices heard among the clamor for war. Background The Middle East has been a constant focus of our nation’s attention in recent months and years. Serious efforts to attain comprehensive peace in the region go back decades. United States foreign policymakers and Congress have wrestled extensively with the unignorable tension in the region. At the core of this tension is the Arab-Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which manifests itself politically, socially, and economically, and has contributed to events and phenomena that have had significant implications worldwide, including the events of September 11, 2001. A just resolution of the Arab-Israeli-Palestinian conflict, one that recognizes the pain and suffering of all sides, would be a primary factor in making progress toward a lasting peace in the region. The US has a central role in resolving the conflict, for it is the only country that can exert sufficient positive influence over all the actors.

45. Centre Of Middle Eastern And Islamic Studies
academics and members of the general public between Cambridge and universities inthe middle east and wider Ataturk Fellowship funded by the government of Turkey
University of Cambridge
Centre of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies (CMEIS)
The Centre of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies (CMEIS) was founded in 1960 by Professor Arthur Arberry to foster an interest in the Middle East, particularly the modern Middle East, among Cambridge scholars, students and the general public, and to promote research. Since that time CMEIS had broadened its remit to include promoting Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies in general by organising lectures, conferences and other events and forming links with projects working on Middle Eastern and Islamic topics. CMEIS is not a teaching institution but it is closely connected to the Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies teaching section in the Faculty of Oriental Studies. It has an office and reading room in the Faculty of Oriental Studies and a library collection housed in the Faculty Library.
The CMEIS Library
The Centre's library collection is distinguished by its emphasis on the history, politics and economics of the modern Middle East. The library also possesses a collection of journals, economic and political reports and newspapers received regularly from the Middle East. Some of these publications are held in the Faculty Library, others are available in the CMEIS reading room. The library also possesses a small closed archive containing documents and the photographic collection of Sir Bertram Thomas who travelled in the Arabian peninsula in the 1930s. The centre provides an annual series of lectures by visiting scholars and fellows from the UK and abroad, and members of the University working in related fields. These lectures are open to everyone and attract a diverse audience of students, academics and members of the general public. It also organises the annual Bennett Memorial lecture, endowed in memory of John Bennett, a Fellow of Magdalene College, who had a keen interest in the region.

46. Israel/Middle East
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48. Political Science Internet Resources
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49. Important Links
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50. Shimon Peres - Biography
Biographical information from the Nobel eMuseum.Category Regional middle east Prime Ministers Peres, Shimon...... general. Corbin, Jane. A Documentary History of the middle east Conflict. 5th rev. MakingPeace with the PLO The Rabin government’s Road to the Oslo Accord.
Shimon Peres (Labour), Minister of Foreign Affairs, was born in Poland in 1923 and immigrated with his family as a child. He studied at the Ben Shemen Agricultural School, and was one of the founders of Kibbutz Alumot in the Jordan Valley. In 1943, he was elected secretary of the Hano'ar Ha'oved youth.
In Israel's War of Independence, Mr. Peres was responsible for arms purchases and recruitment, and in 1948 was appointed head of the naval services. In 1949, he headed the Defense Ministry's procurement delegation to the United States.
Mr. Peres was appointed Deputy Director-General of the Ministry of Defense in 1952 and served as its Director-General between 1953-1959.
Mr. Peres has been a Member of the Knesset since 1959 and served as Deputy Minister of Defense from 1959-1965. In 1965, he left the Mapai Labour Party with Ben-Gurion and became Secretary-General of Rafi. In 1968, he was instrumental in bringing Rafi back to Mapai to form the Israel Labour Party.
Mr. Peres became Minister of Immigrant Absorption in 1969 and served as Minister of Transport and Communications from 1970-1974. In 1974 he was appointed Minister of Information and later, Minister of Defense (1974-1977). The highlight of his tenure as Defense Minister was the Entebbe rescue operation.

51. Europe And The Mediterranean - Middle East And North Africa - Trade Initiatives
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52. UofM: Department Of Political Studies - General Information
of developing areas such as the middle east, and American to the formal legal structuresof government with a of the military, and the general political culture
Political Studies seeks to understand what happens when individuals and groups struggle with one another to achieve their different goals. The members of our department are actively engaged in research on various topics including Winnipeg, Manitoban and Canadian politics, electoral behaviour and public opinion, Canadian foreign policy, strategic studies, political economy, the politics of foreign nations such as Britain, Asia, the Middle East and countries of the former Soviet Union, medieval political thought and political metaphors. Students may concentrate their studies in: Political Theory/Methodology, Canadian Studies, Comparative Politics and Area Studies, International Relations, and Public Administration. The Subdivisions of Political Studies Political Studies is a diverse field and students benefit from the choice of several subdivisions as well as different techniques of study. Here we offer a brief description of the main subdivisions to acquaint you with what political studies involves and what might interest you.

53. Kurds Welcome Iraq Regime Change - Jane's Middle East/Africa News
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Jane's Services FREE Email Alerts Subscriber Bulletin News Briefs on your ... Free Jane's Listing 18 March 2003 Kurds welcome Iraq regime change By Michael Knights Although they oppose Saddam Hussein's regime, the Kurdish opposition groups running northern Iraq have much to lose from regime change. Michael Knights examines the factors determining their actions in the current crisis. Kurdistan is the only part of Iraq to stay liberated since the Gulf War, and Kurdish opposition parties could play a pivotal political and military role in the country's future following a regime change. In the event of a war, the area allows for a second front of troops to draw reserves away from Baghdad and the south. In peace, it could either represent a role model for any recast democratic, multi-ethnic government, or a source of further instability. Kurdistan has much to lose from regime change - following a decade of rule by the Kurdish Democratic Party (KDP) and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) it has enjoyed increasing stability, prosperity and de facto autonomy from Baghdad.

54. Research History Middle East
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56. Harvard University Center For Middle Eastern Studies
a concentration in the middle east; in sociology pursue concurrent degrees in middleeastern studies as hold leadership positions in government, business, the Category Society History By Region middle east
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The Center for Middle Eastern Studies was founded in 1954 for the purpose of furthering the study of the Middle East at Harvard University. This mandate has included a primary emphasis on the centuries since the rise of Islam and a concern with the wider Islamic world as well. CMES serves Harvard as the coordinating body and the primary source of additional support for the various academic programs that cover the vast region from Morocco and North Africa to Turkey and Iran. Over 20 faculty members in academic departments at Harvard are involved with CMES projects and activities and teach courses which primarily focus on Middle Eastern Studies. Dozens more Harvard faculty teach and research in subjects related to the Middle East. CMES is also home to more than 100 graduate students in Middle East-related fields, and a regular contingent of visiting faculty and research scholars. Middle Eastern studies flourish here in large part because of the superb Middle Eastern and Islamic collections in the Harvard University Library and the University Art Museums . The Center itself offers a rich and varied annual program of lectures and seminars ; houses several research projects (notably Moroccan Studies and the Iranian Oral History Program ), and a small reference collection; hosts scholarly conferences; serves as a center for scholarly interchange in New England; supports and administers a monograph series; and helps to ensure coverage of important fields among the over 200 Middle Eastern and Islamic related courses regularly listed in the

57. Pravda.RU Rumsfeld Compares Lenin To Hitler
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Donald Rumsfeld today proclaimed that Saddam Hussein will join others in the annals of the history books as a failed dictator, naming “Hitler, Stalin, Lenin and Ceausescu”.
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Iraq: The important issue
Amid scenes of vandalism and looting, sporadic acts of jubilation are carefully filmed by the camera crews. The important issue, however, needs to be addressed

It is never difficult to find people who will rejoice when the rule of law breaks down: they can run riot and go unpunished. It would not be surprising to find substantial numbers of people in certain areas of Iraq who will take the opportunity to join the side of the victors.
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58. Middle East Network Information Center (MENIC)
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Russian Formin: Tbilisi's actions in Kodori Gorge complicate Georgian-Abkhaz relations
The Georgian side's actions in the Kodori gorge aggravate the situation in the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict zone, a statement of the spokesman for the Russian Foreign Ministry puts.
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Moscow is hopeful new Bolivian President will contribute to strengthening of cooperation between two countries
On Tuesday representatives of the department of information and press of the Russian Foreign Ministry stated that Moscow was hopeful that the newly elected Bolivian President would "make a new contribution into strengthening of the multi-faceted cooperation" between the Russian and Bolivian peoples.
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Russia's Foreign Ministry Accuses Georgia of Unwillingness to Settle Conflict with Abkhazia Peacefully
Recently, reliable sources have been reporting the flights of Georgian military helicopters over the Kodor and Chkhaltinsky ravines. According to Russia's Foreign Ministry's information, most of the choppers are American Iroquois supplied to Georgia under the program of fighting international terrorism and in no way intended for use in the conflict zone.
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UN is to contribute to Middle East settlement with Russian support, Moscow believes
The United Nations is "to actively contribute to the soonest Middle East settlement" with Russian support, says the Russian foreign ministry's information and press department in a message received by RIA Novosti on Tuesday.

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