The Middle East

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The Middle East
Author : Ellen Lust
File Size : 40,5 Mb
Publisher : CQ Press
Language : English
Release Date : 10 May 2016
ISBN : 9781506329277
Pages : 1057 pages
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The Middle East by Ellen Lust Book PDF Summary

In the Fourteenth Edition of The Middle East, Ellen Lust brings important new coverage to this comprehensive, balanced, and superbly researched text. In clear prose, Lust and her outstanding contributors explain the many complex changes taking place across the region. New to this edition is a country profile chapter on Sudan by Fareed Hassan. All country chapters now address domestic and regional conflict more explicitly, and all tables, figures, boxes, and maps have been fully updated with the most recent data and information.

The Middle East

In the Fourteenth Edition of The Middle East, Ellen Lust brings important new coverage to this comprehensive, balanced, and superbly researched text. In clear prose, Lust and her outstanding contributors explain the many complex changes taking place across the region. New to this edition is a country profile chapter on

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