Political And Economic Trends In The Middle East: Implications For U.s. Policy, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Political And Economic Trends In The Middle East

Implications For U.s. Policy, 1st Edition

By Shireen Hunter, Nancy Eddy, Heidi Shinn

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106 pages

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Description

This book explores the rapid changes in the economics and politics of the Middle East, which profoundly influence U.S. policy and interests in the region. The contributors examine elements in the economic picture, including falling oil prices and the uncertainty surrounding OPEC.

Table of Contents

Other Titles Published in Cooperation with The Center for Strategic and International Studies Georgetown University -- Foreword -- Preface -- The Changing Environment of the World Oil Markets: Can OPEC Face the Challenge? -- New Challenges to the U.S. Oil Industry -- The Economic and Fiscal Strategy of Saudi Arabia -- The Investment Climate in Saudi Arabia -- The United Arab Emirates: The Revenue and Expenditure Picture -- The Current Business Climate in the United Arab Emirates -- Israel and the Arabs: The Challenge of Peace -- Jordan's View of the Regional Factors Affecting Peace in the Middle East -- Arab-Israeli Peace: A Syrian Perspective -- Egypt's View of Recent Regional Developments -- U.S.-Soviet Competition and the Quest for Peace in the Middle East -- Peace in the Middle East: The Next Fifty Years of Conflict

About the Authors

Shireen Hunter is deputy director of the CSIS (Center for Strategic and International Studies) Middle East project. She formerly served as an Iranian diplomat in London, Geneva, and New York. Her books include OPEC and the Third World: The Politics of Aid (1984).

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
POL007000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Ideologies / Democracy
POL059000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / World / Middle Eastern
SOC053000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Regional Studies