• Egyptians in revolt: The political economy of labor and student mobilizations 1919-2011 

      Abdel Ghafar, Adel ( Taylor and Francis , 2016 , Book)
      Egyptians in Revolt investigates the political economy of the Egyptian labor and student movements. Using elements of social movement theory within a broad political economy framework, it assesses labor and student ...
    • L'OTAN et le Maghreb 

      Saidy, Brahim ( L'Harmattan , 2014 , Book)
      Le Maghreb n’a jamais eu de place majeure dans les politiques et les stratégies de l’OTAN. Pourtant, après la chute de l’Union Soviétique, des approches visant à intégrer dans un dispositif coopératif simplifié les États ...
    • Shifting priorities in Russia's foreign and security policy 

      Kanet, Roger E.; Piet, Remi ( Ashgate Publishing Ltd , 2014 , Book)
      Given the resurgence of Russian economic capabilities and of Russia's role as a regional, even global, political actor, much of the literature written more than 4-5 years ago is already dated. The editor and contributors ...
    • US hard power in the Arab world: Resistance, the Syrian uprising and the war on terror 

      Saleh, Layla ( Taylor and Francis , 2016 , Book)
      Neither stability nor change in the post-colonial Arab world can be fully understood without considering the international context, and American Foreign policy in particular. However, the exact nature of America's presence ...
    • Zengi and the Muslim response to the crusades: The politics of Jihad 

      El-Azhari, Taef ( Taylor and Francis Inc. , 2016 , Book)
      Zengi gained his legacy as the precursor to Saladin. While Zengi captured Edessa, Saladin would capture Jerusalem, and both leaders fought to establish their own realms. However, Zengi cannot be fully understood without ...