Description - Analysing Middle East Foreign Policies by Gerd Nonneman
This book provides a conceptual framework for the analysis of Middle Eastern foreign policies, and of these states' relations with Europe. It examines policy determinants deriving from the domestic and external environments, as well as actual output, through a range of country studies from the Maghreb, the Mashreq, the Gulf and Turkey. Europe is treated both as a target of policy, and as part of the conditioning environment. This south-to-north perspective, using the prism of Foreign Policy Analysis, fills a gap in the literature on Euro-Middle Eastern relations. It also adds to the study of International Relations by throwing light on wider questions about 'Third World' foreign policy. This volume was previously published as a special issue of the Review of International Affairs .
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Author Biography - Gerd Nonneman
Gerd Nonneman is Reader in International Relations & Middle East Politics at Lancaster University, Associate Research Fellow of the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House), and Executive Director of the British Society for Middle Eastern Studies. Among his previous books are Iraq, the Gulf States & the War; War & Peace in the Gulf; The Middle East and Europe; Muslim Communities in Europe; and Political and Economic Liberalization.