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Political culture and conflict resolution in the Arab world
Benjamin MacQueen presents an innovative and in-depth look at contemporary conflict resolution in the Arab Middle East, developing a unique theory of political culture through his analysis of peace processes in Lebanon and Algeria. Moving beyond conventional perspectives, Political Culture and Conflict Resolution in the Arab World highlights that while culture can serve as a key to resolving and transforming conflict, if neglected, it can act to worsen the conditions that lead to conflict. This book represents a critical advance in the study of conflict and its resolution in the Arab World.
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Moving beyond conventional perspectives, Political Culture and Conflict Resolution in the Arab World highlights that while culture can serve as a key to resolving and transforming conflict, if neglected, it can act to worsen the conditions that lead to conflict.
This book represents a critical advance in the study of conflict and its resolution in the Arab World. "This book offers a comparative political analysis of the cultural factors affecting Arab and Islamic state practices of conflict resolution This is for specialists in Middle Eastern politics and those interested in conflict resolution within international relations theory/5(3).
The Arab-Israeli Conflict in American Political Culture is an essential source for anyone interested in American Jewish, US-Israel, and Israeli-Palestinian affairs." "Jonathan Rynhold's book is a first-rate analysis of the changing position of Israel in American by: Moving beyond conventional perspectives, Political Culture and Conflict Resolution in the Arab World highlights that while culture can serve as a key to resolving and transforming This book represents a critical advance in the study of conflict and its resolution in th.
Conflict resolution and the explanatory capacity of political culture --Lebanon and the Taef Agreement --Algeria and the Civil Concord --Conflict resolution and the perpetuation of elite structures in the Arab world.
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Israel, a different one in ~rab countries, and still another in the United States. The. Mediation and Conflict Resolution in the Arab World: The Role of the Arab League The Middle East has more than its fair share of global problems. In fact, the region sometimes seems to almost have a monopoly on major con-flicts, many of which have implications that go far beyond the region’s Size: KB.
others, many of these NGOs have introduced to the Arab world the dynamic of win-win conflict management and, more recently, conflict transformation (for a definition of terms, see Austin et al.). This article looks closely at cases of NGOs practicing conflict resolution in.
Throughout history, conflict resolution in the Arab world has been infused with Arab and Islamic culture, albeit shaped by differences in ethnic and political regimes and policies. However, over the last two decades, the peace-building and conflict resolution efforts undertaken by civil society and non-governmental organizations in the Middle East and North Africa have been on the rise.
From a socio-cultural perspective, the initiatives will be based on deepening dialogue and negotiation at all levels, rehabilitating the social and cultural values and customs likely to enhance social cohesion and peace, promoting rehabilitation of the bashingantahe institution in order to incorporate peaceful conflict resolution mechanisms and.
macroeconomic outlook. Part II focuses on the relationships between inequality, uprisings, and conflict in the Arab World. Part III of the report contains country notes. The report was prepared under the guidance of Shantayanan Devarajan, Chief Economist, Middle East and North Africa Region of the World.
Benjamin MacQueen presents an innovative and in-depth look at contemporary conflict resolution in the Arab Middle East, developing a unique theory of political culture through his analysis of peace processes in Lebanon and Algeria. Moving beyond. The term conflict resolution may also be used interchangeably with dispute resolution, where arbitration and litigation processes are critically involved.
The concept of conflict resolution can be thought to encompass the use of nonviolent resistance measures by conflicted parties in an attempt to promote effective resolution. Book description: Given their geographical separation from Europe, ethno-religious and cultural diversity, and subordinate status within the Nazi racial hierarchy, Middle Eastern societies were both hospitable as well as hostile to National Socialist ideology during the s and s.
By focusing on Arab Pages: The Arab Mind is a non-fiction cultural psychology book by Israeli Orientalist Raphael Patai, who also wrote The Jewish book advocates a tribal-group-survival explanation for the driving factors behind Arab was first published inand later revised in Maybe, but this is an enthralling shortcut.
An Arab best-seller that quickly gained an audience abroad, the book did to Egyptian culture and literature what Khaled Hosseini's "The Kite Runner" did to Afghan culture in -- trace the last half century of a nation's history and Author: Thoughtco Editors.
This book proposes that two clusters of independent variables are potentially responsible for the distinctive nature of Arab conflict resolution.
Firstly, those linked with Arab political regimes and imperatives, and secondly those linked with Arab and /or Islamic : Taylor And Francis.
He is also the author of more than articles that appeared in journals such as Orbis, The Journal of Conflict Resolution, The Brown Journal of World Affairs, Middle East Quarterly, Third World Quarterly, Israel Affairs, Journal of Religion and Society, Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, and The British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies.
With Israel's Jewish population deeply divided along social and economic lines on how to resolve the Arab-Israeli conflict, Professor Uri Ram, author of the book Israeli Society: Critical Perspectives and extensive author of articles on Israeli society, politics and culture, will address these and other questions.
Did Israel's integration into the new global economy—including its. Although Western readers may not recognise a number of social and political factors inherent in Israeli and Arab society as differing from their own, the Palestinian conflict with the Jewish State of Israel must be viewed against a background of Arab tradition rooted in tribal culture, upon which Qur’anic doctrines have been superimposed.Living in Lebanon from toSamuel was a founding member and executive director of the Forum for Development, Culture and Dialogue - a regional NGO based in Beirut, working on issues of conflict resolution, community empowerment and interfaith relations in the Arab world.Hostile relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia are a major contributing factor to political instability in the Middle East.
This book argues that rapprochement between Tehran and Riyadh is possible and delves into the complexities of managing their long-standing conflict.