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by L. Martin

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  • ISBN 0312239920
  • ISBN13 978-0312239923
  • Language English
  • Author L. Martin
  • Publisher Palgrave Macmillan; 1998 edition (May 3, 2001)
  • Pages 279
  • Formats lrf mobi doc azw
  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1224 kb
  • Size Fb2 1174 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
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New Frontiers in Middle East Security uses an interdisciplinary approach to chart a new course for national security research and policy-making in the turbulent region of the Middle East. Combining the rigour of international relations theory with the depth of area studies scholarship, the book creates a comprehensive understanding of the status of national security in the Middle East. The essays break new ground by integrating five variables into a new national security paradigm: political legitimacy, ethnic and religious tolerance, economic capabilities, availability of essential natural resources, and military capabilities. The impressive group of contributors provides data and analysis on both a country and a regional level to underscore the interrelationships among the variables in the paradigm. Overall, New Frontiers in Middle East Security illustrates the value of an interdisciplinary approach to analyzing and proposing policies for national security, by offering new and informative insights through the use of this method.

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The Middle East Security Forum held in Beijing at the end of November brought together over 200 . China hasn’t invaded or intervened in the Middle East without the consent of the host state

The Middle East Security Forum held in Beijing at the end of November brought together over 200 representatives from both the Middle East and China to discuss Beijing’s new idea for the Middle East. China hasn’t invaded or intervened in the Middle East without the consent of the host state. In fact, Beijing has approximately 1,800 soldiers stationed in the region as part of the UN peacekeeping process.

Although these moderate Arab states all depend on the United States for their security from external threats, they all confront internal challenges to the legitimacy of their regimes.

Questions of security and reform cannot be raised in isolation. Any effective conversation about reform and stability ought to address the security threats, fears, and domestic politics that underlie government decisions.