An Introduction to the Modern Middle East, Student Economy Edition: History, Religion, Political Economy, Politics
This book introduces the politics of the modern Middle East, which includes the countries of the Persian Gulf, the eastern Mediterranean countries, and North Africa. It covers the major geographical regions that make up the Middle East, and summarizes the post-World War I history of the Middle East.
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