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Middle East Studies: History, Politics & Law


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The Accidental Tourist, Wilfrid Scawen Blunt, and the British Invasion of Egypt in 1882

The Accidental Tourist, Wilfrid Scawen Blunt, and the British Invasion of Egypt in 1882

1st Edition

By Michael D. Berdine
July 27, 2005

This fascinating account highlights the extent the world's major powers will go to as they seek to insure their own interests and agendas, despite the wishes of those whose countries they invade and occupy. The Accidental Tourist profiles Wilfrid Scawen Blunt's involvement in the so-called Arabi ...

Legislating Authority Sin and Crime in the Ottoman Empire and Turkey

Legislating Authority: Sin and Crime in the Ottoman Empire and Turkey

1st Edition

By Ruth Miller
May 09, 2005

Legislation Authority addresses issues of law, state violence, and state authority within the Ottoman and Turkish context....

Islam, Democracy and the Status of Women The Case of Kuwait

Islam, Democracy and the Status of Women: The Case of Kuwait

1st Edition

By Helen M. Rizzo
January 04, 2005

This book examines the relationship between religion, democracy, and women's organizations in Kuwait. More specifically, it looks at whether these organizations are working toward achieving formal political rights for women. Helen Rizzo examines how interpretations of religion affected the goals ...

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