International Relations of the Middle East provides a guide to the subject of international relations in this important region. It combines the analysis of the key themes, actors, and issues with the history of the region, and insights from international experts. The text provides a thematic overview of the subject, combining history with analysis, as well as topical material and perspectives. The text also offers a wide range of perspectives, encouraging readers to think critically to formulate their own arguments and opinions. Finally, it provides current, topical insights, including developments such as the Syrian conflict, the increasing importance of Russia and China in the region, and the impact of the Trump administration. One chapter looks at Russia, China, and the Middle East and examines the role of these increasingly important actors in the region. The text also includes coverage of the most recent developments, including those relating to the conflict in Syria, the refugee crisis, so-called Islamic State, and the impact of Trump.
Keywords:Syrian conflict, Russia, China, Middle East, Trump administration, refugee crisis, Islamic State
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- Front Matter
- Introduction: The Middle East and International Relations Louise Fawcett
- Part 1 Theoretical and Historical Overview
- Part 2 Themes in International Relations and International Political Economy
- Part 3 Key Issues and Actors
- End Matter