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  1. Syria and Iran: Diplomatic Alliance and Power Politics in the Middle East (Library of Modern Middle East Studies) by Jubin M. Goodarzi, 2009-07-15
  2. Strategic Geography and the Changing Middle East (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) by Geoffrey Kemp, Robert E. Harkavy, 1997-06
  3. Muslim Reformers in Iran and Turkey: The Paradox of Moderation (Modern Middle East Series) by Günes Murat Tezcür, 2010-06-15
  4. The Great Powers in the Middle East, 1919-1939.
  5. Partners for Development: New Roles for Governments and Private Sector in the Middle East and North Africa
  6. Globalization and Geopolitics in the Middle East: Old games, new rules (Durham Modern Middle East and Islamic World Series) by Anoushiravan Ehteshami, 2008-12-01
  7. Democratization and Development: New Political Strategies for the Middle East (Palgrave Studies in Governance, Security, and Development)
  8. The Stakes: America In The Middle East by Shibley Telhami, 2003-12-25
  9. The Middle East After the Israeli Invasion of Lebanon (Contemporary Issues in the Middle East)
  10. Music and the Play of Power in the Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia
  11. Reunifying Cyprus: The Annan Plan and Beyond (Library of Modern Middle East Studies)
  12. Berber Government: The Kabyle Polity in Pre-Colonial Algeria (Library of Modern Middle East Studies) by Hugh Roberts, 2011-04-12
  13. The Islamic Middle East: Tradition and Change by Charles Lindholm, 2002-10-18
  14. Islam and Revolution in the Middle East by Henry Munson Jr., 1989-09-10

61. Government Documents In The News/2002 - Foreign Governments
announces dispatch of Secretary of State Powell to the middle east; Calls for halt Timelineof the country, 19752000. east Timor government Explanation of
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Arab-Israeli Conflict
    Comprehensive News Sources
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      • Analysis of July's summit between Yasser Arafat and Ehud Barak at Camp David
      • Ensuing conflicts and ability of leaders to stop the violence
    • War and Peace in the Middle East (Washington Post)
      • News and analysis of the conflict
      • History of the summits since the 1978 Camp David Accords
      Clinton Peace Plan, 2000/2001

62. Home
USled war against Iraq would further destabilise the middle east and undermine TheSixth Summit of the Heads of State and government Implementation Committee
Policy and Law Online News 10 April 2003 Home Search Draft Bills Bills ... Contact Us Home News Pahad questions whether the US can win the peace in Iraq Deputy Foreign Minister Aziz Pahad said on Tuesday it was likely that the United States-led coalition would win the conflict in the Iraq but he questioned whether it would win peace in that country. UN revises DRC massacre death toll downwards Draft Bill to regulate liquor industry released UN to have 'vital role' in Iraq reconstruction - Bush, Blair Treasury may delay forex amnesty to consult further ... State, business to meet Friday on reparations claim Research Sources Draft Bills Bills Acts Policy Documents ... Opinion Historical Documents Constitutional Matters Commissions Discussion Documents Green Papers ... Press Statements Structures Cabinet Constitutional Court Departments Parliament ... Provincial Legislatures Websites SA Govt. websites Sites with SA Govt. Info Other Govt. sites Embassies/Commissions Miscellaneous Elections National Anthems/Songs Index of Graphics Political-orientated Sites ... Miscellaneous Docs Opinion Polemics - Katharine McKenzie Katharine McKenzie is a media and policy consultant based in Cape Town. In her weekly column, Polemics, she dissects policy, regulations and legislation driving South Africa's political and economic transformation.

63. World Law LII
World Legal Materials from the middle east. Gaza Trademark Law (Summary) GeneralInformation Constitutional Background government Ministries Ministry
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... Regional Institutions For further information see Cornell Law Library's " Foreign and International Law Sources on the Internet Bahrain: Constitution Alternate copy National Charter Government ... Patent Law Iran: Constitution Alternate copy Alternate copy Government ... General Information Iraq: Constitution National Congress Ministry of Foreign Affairs Trademark Law ... Draft Constitution by Opposition Groups Israel: Explanation of Absence of Constitution Proclamation of Independence Judiciary Knesset ... Peace Process Materials Jordan: Constitution Monarchy King of Jordan Website Government ... Other Links Kuwait: Constitution Ministry of Foreign Affairs Investment Authority Trademark Law ... Government Links Lebanon: Constitution Alternate copy Alternate copy National Reconciliation Charter ... Legal Guide to Doing Business in Lebanon Oman: Constitution Ministry of Information Basic Law Trademark Law ... Patent Law Palestinian Authority: Palestinian National Authority Legislative Council Center for Human Rights Legal System ... Other Links Qatar: Constitutional Background Government Ministries Ministry of Foreign Affairs ... Trademark Law Saudi Arabia: Constitution Shura Council Majlis Ash-Shura Laws Ministry of Higher Education Page ... Government Links Syria: Constitution Investment Regulations Ministry of Industry Ministry of Information ... Other Legal Links Turkey: Constitution Alternate copy Judicial Branch Legislature ...

64. General Timeline
declaration on peace in the middle east, supported by 21 June The Israeli governmentendorses Netanyahu's plan for 7 July The UN general Assembly gives the


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29 November : The UN General Assembly adopts the Palestine partition plan by a two-thirds majority.
9-10 April : Massacre by Irgun troops in the Palestinian village of Deir Yassin. 14 May : Proclamation of the State of Israel. The Arab states reject the partition plan and their armies enter Palestine (15th).
War in Palestine, ending in Israeli victory. Armistice agreements signed between Israel and the neighbouring Arab states. 11 May : Israel becomes a member of the UN. 11 December : Adoption of UN Resolution 194 , proclaiming the right of Palestinian refugees to return to their homes.
24 April : The West Bank annexed by Transjordan. Egypt establishes its control of Gaza.
October : Israel rejects UN peace plan, accepted by Egypt, Syria, Lebanon and Jordan.
February : Baghdad Pact signed (24th). Israel attacks Gaza (28th).
October-November : Israel, France and Britain attack Egypt, in response to Nasser's nationalisation of the Suez Canal on 26 July.
1 February : Egypt and Syria form the United Arab Republic (UAR).

65. Welcome To The Middle East Institute
it is first and foremost the middle east peace process what they want for their owngovernment after thirty general Zinni I think that, again depending on how
General Anthony Zinni's Speech to the Middle East Institute Annual Conference, October 10, 2002
General Zinni: Thank you. Ned asked me to look at the possibility of military action in Iraq and sort of describe the lane between best-case, worst-case and maybe the most-likely-case scenarios and where the minefields may be.
Let me start with the best case. Last night I sat down and said, "What would have to happen to make any military action to turn out in the best possible way?" I wrote ten conditions for this war that would have to happen. The first condition is that the coalition is in. The second is that the war is short. The third is that destruction is light. Fourth is that Israel is out. Fifth is that the street is quiet. Sixth is that order is kept. Seventh is that the burden is shared. Eighth is that the change is orderly. Ninth is that the military is not stuck. Tenth is that other commitments are met. That's an easy list. (laughter) If we design our strategy and our tactics based on that, it will all work out.
It works through a number of ways. One is a lot of consultation, a lot of patience, a lot of dialogue, a lot of hard work on the ground, and the connection of a lot of personalities that represent the leadership in the region. It is not an easy thing to maintain; it is high maintenance, but it is necessary to pay the price to do the maintenance to keep those relationships strong. I really worry about some of the things I hear now that tend to want to create adversarial relationships with friends that we have worked very, very hard through very difficult issues to maintain the connection and the relationship. Being one of those people on the ground that had to maintain those relationships and work at it, I saw the power when these relationships were strong, kept strong, and the support was there.

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    Ha'Aretz (English Edition)
    Includes News; Economics; Editorial; Op-Ed; Features; Previous Editions IsraelWire (Virtual Jerusalem) Latest Israel News Maven and Virtual Jerusalem Maven lists over 4,000 Jewish/Israel Links by Category and is Searchable. Virtual Jerusalem includes Latest News from Israel; Week in Review; Jerusalem; Business; Torah and Judaism; Tradition and Numerous Other Topics Israeli Internet Guide (IGuide) Over 1600 Links by Category, including Universities; Government; Politics; Peace; News; Reference; Events; Cities; Geography; Law; Environment; Religion
  • 67. BBC NEWS | World | Middle East | Amram Mitzna: Labour's 'peace' Hope
    to be as tough as any other general in dealings Internet links Israeli GovernmentThe BBC is not content of external internet sites Top middle east stories now
    You are in: World: Middle East News Front Page World ... Programmes SERVICES Daily E-mail News Ticker Mobile/PDAs Text Only ... Help LANGUAGES EDITIONS Change to World Wednesday, 20 November, 2002, 05:59 GMT Amram Mitzna: Labour's 'peace' hope
    Mitzna took over just two months before the elections
    By Kathryn Westcott
    BBC News Online Amram Mitzna, a former "dovish general", emerged from relative obscurity to head Israel's beleaguered Labour Party in November 2002. The former mayor of Haifa was the choice of the peace movement and those on the left of the party seeking to distance themselves from politicians who served with the right-wing Likud Party in the coalition government. The former general says he will negotiate with Yasser Arafat He has come out firmly against joining a unity government with Ariel Sharon's Likud party after the elections. Mr Mitzna combines his experience as an army general with his dovish views, saying that his military experience taught him that military force alone cannot solve Israel's problems. He recently spoke out against the current curfews and conditions imposed on the Palestinians by Israel.

    68. N - Economic History
    and Regulation Asia including middle east N460 Economic N470 - Economic HistoryGovernment, Law, and and Extractive Industries general, International, or
    EconLit Subject Descriptors N - Economic History
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    - Indicates new or changed listing N000 - Economic History: General
    N010 - Development of the Discipline: Historiographical; Sources and Methods
    N100 - Economic History: Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics; Growth and Fluctuations: General, International, or Comparative
    N110 - Economic History: Macroeconomics; Growth and Fluctuations: U.S.; Canada: Pre-1913
    N120 - Economic History: Macroeconomics; Growth and Fluctuations: U.S.; Canada: 1913-
    N130 - Economic History: Macroeconomics; Growth and Fluctuations: Europe: Pre-1913
    N140 - Economic History: Macroeconomics; Growth and Fluctuations: Europe: 1913-
    N150 - Economic History: Macroeconomics; Growth and Fluctuations: Asia including Middle East
    N160 - Economic History: Macroeconomics; Growth and Fluctuations: Latin America; Caribbean
    N170 - Economic History: Macroeconomics; Growth and Fluctuations: Africa; Oceania
    N200 - Economic History: Financial Markets and Institutions: General, International, or Comparative

    69. Press Conference 10 October 2000
    My first announcement concerns the present situation in the middle east. SecretaryGeneralNonaka represented the government of Japan at the
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  • Announcement on the situation in the Middle East
  • Announcement by Chief Cabinet Secretary Hidenao Nakagawa on food aid to North Korea
  • Attendance of Secretary-General Hiromu Nonaka of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) at the reception marking the 20th year of economic cooperation between Japan and the People's Republic of China
  • Visit to Japan by Premier of the State Council Zhu Rongji of the People's Republic of China ...
  • Question on negotiations between Japan and North Korea
  • Announcement on the situation in the Middle East Press Secretary Ryuichiro Yamazaki: Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. I have several announcements at the outset. My first announcement concerns the present situation in the Middle East. I would like to give you the following statement. The Government of Japan is gravely concerned by the fact that the clashes between the Israelis and the Palestinians have been continuing for almost two weeks, not only causing further casualties but also spreading over a wider area. Japan condemns any act of provocation, any form of violence and excessive use of arms. Japan strongly urges once again all the parties concerned to immediately halt the violence and to cope with the situation with maximum self-restraint. Japan underlines once more that a negotiated peace is the only realistic option and strongly hopes that, as a first step toward this end, the parties will work out a ceasefire as soon as possible.
  • 70. Regional Standing Committee - Europe
    International and Regional Programs general and Policy. being held in Europe, theMiddle east or Africa Exchange information with US government on MRA activities

    71. ICAMES Middle East Peace Process - Links
    Canada/DFAIT, general information on Canada and the middle Israel/GPO, Israel's GovernmentPress Office. Service perspectives on the middle east peace process
    Middle East Peace Process: Links
    The following is a collection of links on the Arab-Israeli conflict/peace process, and in particular its Palestinian-Israeli dimensions. For more detailed on-line resources on the issues of refugees see Palestinian Refugee ResearchNet . If you know of additional sites that might be included, please drop us a line The sites below are grouped into the following general categories: G overnments and International Organizations Canada/DFAIT General information on Canada and the Middle East peace process from the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. Egypt/SIS Egypt's official State Information Service, including the Cairo press review Israel/CBS Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics. Israel/GPO Israel's Government Press Office. Israel/IIS (website)
    IIS archive
    (gopher server) Israel Information Service: perspectives on the Middle East peace process from the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

    72. Human Rights Watch World Report 2002: Middle East & North Africa: Yemen
    parties on election day and in its aftermath; the government said eleven The GeneralPeople's Congress claimed a comfortable majority in the councils, but

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    The security forces continued to exercise wide powers and to commit abuses, including arbitrary arrest, torture, and killings of civilians with virtual impunity. The press came under increasing pressure and the number of executions increased. Early in the year, unknown persons set off a series of bomb explosions in Aden and al-Dhali' province in the south, and kidnapping of both Yemenis and foreigners remained a major security issue. A nationwide referendum in February 2001, approved constitutional amendments that strengthened the position of President Ali Abdallah Salih and his ruling General People's Congress (GPC). The parliamentary term was increased from four to six years and the president's right to decree laws when parliament was in recess was abolished but the amendments lengthened the presidential term from five to seven years, and authorized the president to appoint a 111-member Consultative Council. Opposition activists expressed concern that this body would allow the president to offset the role of the elected parliament, thus augmenting indirect executive control over legislation. Local council elections held at the same time as the referendum, were marred by violence and opposition charges that voter registration lists had been rigged. Unofficial sources reported that some forty persons died and more than a hundred were injured in clashes with security forces and among supporters of different parties on election day and in its aftermath; the government said eleven persons were killed and twenty-three were injured. In one incident reported in the

    73. The Situation In The Middle East, Including The Palestinian Question-May-03-02
    on the situation in the middle east, which has of the inexplicable position of theGovernment of Israel unfortunate decision of the Secretarygeneral to disband
    including the Palestinian Question New York, May 03, 2002 As we meet today, we regret the Secretary-General's decision to disband the fact-finding team on recent events in Jenin, which the Council welcomed in resolution 1405 (2002) after the vote of approval from all our countries on 19 April.
    The team created by the Secretary-General was a high-level group composed of persons with impeccable professional careers and unquestionable ethical qualities. We applaud the desire of President Martti Ahtisaari and his team to play a constructive and definitive role in shedding light on the events in Jenin, and we are grateful for their willingness and patience during these days of uncertainty with regard to the team's future.
    We have witnessed some encouraging signs in the midst of widespread tragedy and despair, thanks to the intense diplomatic activity involving, among others, the Governments of the United States and the United Kingdom. The lifting of the siege on President Arafat's headquarters, the resulting political strengthening of the Palestinian leader and the proposal of the United States to convene a conference on the Middle East, announced following the meeting of the "quartet" in Washington yesterday, all deserve our recognition.

    74. The Middle East Peace Summit At Camp David, July 2000
    Elyakim Rubinstein, Attorney general; MK Dan Meridor, Chairman Guide to the MiddleEast Peace Process Israel

    75. Gemini News Service
    Found a total of 32 results for middle east. Ferzat launched a weekly newspaper ayear ago in order expose irregularities among the government, politicians and®ion=Middle

    76. Letter
    urge that your priority in the middle east be an of US citizens we expect our governmentto reflect Dr. Robert Edgar general Secretary National Council of the
    CMEP Home Page September 12, 2002 The Honorable George W. Bush
    President of the United States of America
    The White House
    Washington, D.C. Dear Mr. President: We, like all Americans, kneel in prayer and remembrance for the tragedy and violence that obliterated the lives of so many people one year ago. As American religious leaders, we have sought during this year to listen, to learn, and to grow in our faith and compassion both for persons in our congregations and also for those many outside of our churches. We applaud your leadership in bringing peoples of disparate faiths together to worship, to mourn, and to move on boldly with our lives – in a more caring fashion and with appreciation for the precious gifts of God given to all humankind. Today, however, we write out of concern that those same precious gifts may be damaged by actions being contemplated by our nation. We, leaders of American churches and church-related organizations, are alarmed by recent statements by yourself and others in the Administration about pre-emptive military action against Iraq for the expressed purpose of toppling the regime of Saddam Hussein. Understanding that Mr. Hussein poses a threat to his neighbors and to his own people, we nevertheless believe it is wrong, as well as detrimental to U.S. interests, to take such action.

    77. Middle East Information Center :: Arab Israeli Conflict News, History, And Discu
    News, history, discussions and articles on the middle east, with a focus on the ArabIsraeli conflict.Category Society Issues middle east Israel-Palestine...... is enshrined in the Koran, general Barqi says to transfer control of Iraq's governmentto Iraqi A MIZRAHI PERSPECTIVE ON THE CURRENT middle east CRISIS Topic
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    A comprehensive information site prepared by the German Embassy in Washington, DC and the German Informat Category Regional Europe Germany Guides and Directories...... Fight Against Terror middle east. Business. Germany's position as a gateway tothe east continues to draw foreign investors, government officials say.

    79. IATA - IATA Regions - Middle East
    Asia, the middle east and Europe Shortens Flight Times, Eliminates Ground Delays. Thinking out of the Box Giovanni Bisignani, IATA Director general and CEO
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    IATA's Middle East Regional Office was established in Amman in 1991. It serves 23 airlines based in 16 countries Please note that Afghanistan and Pakistan are listed under the Middle East Region, but are also served by IATA's Asia/Pacific Regional Operations and Infrastructure office , while Algeria Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Sudan and Tunisia and Members located in these countries are listed in the Africa and Indian Ocean Region , but also receive services from IATA's Middle East office. The office also supports travel agents and many airlines operating to the region, as well as infrastructure and air traffic services providers in the Middle East. The activities of the regional office include identifying and responding effectively to the needs of Members and other customers.
    Key issues for the region include: Cost-reduction efforts in areas such as airport and air traffic control, U ser Charges and Taxation , as well as S ecurity I nsurance and F uel Support travel agencies by implementing, promoting and enhancing

    80. UN International Meeting To Support Middle East Peace (Nicosia) - NGO Statement
    its support for the Israeli government's policy of war UN resolutions, in particularGeneral Assembly resolutions Meeting in Support of middle east Peace held
    UNISPAL Home Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People 18 April 2002 NGO STATEMENT AND PLAN OF ACTION
    Nicosia, 18 April 2002

    1. We NGOs from around the world gathered together in Nicosia, Cyprus, at a moment of grave peril for the Palestinian people. Over the past eight weeks, Israel and its military forces have systematically destroyed the Palestinian Authority and the Palestinian economic, political, social, religious and health care infrastructure, and crippled its ability to offer essential services to its people. The full extent of the trauma and casualties suffered by the people is yet to be discovered, but the consequences for Palestinian men, women and children are extreme. 2. Our Meeting takes place when, after Secretary of State Colin Powell's failed mission to the Middle East, the Israeli Government re-launches and aggravates its criminal aggression against the Palestinian Authority and the Palestinian people. We underline the responsibility of the United States Administration in the present, most dangerous turn of events and escalation of war in the Middle East. We consider the stand of the European Union so far in this regard as insufficient. The EU must take a coherent, effective and independent stand. We appeal to Arab Governments to take much stronger and concrete measures in support of the Palestinian people and the Palestinian Authority.
    3. The denial of the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people and the continued occupation and aggression were and remain at the root of injustices and violence. We condemn this Israeli occupation and all its related policies.

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