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Arab Nationalism: Historical Problems in the Literature
As WITH MANY ASPECTS OF MIDDLE EASTERN HISTORY, the study of Arab nationalism has tended to remain isolated from broader trends in history and the social sciences and specifically from theExpand
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Resurrecting Empire: Western Footprints and America's Perilous Path in the Middle East
Rashid Khalidi's powerful new book examines the record of Western involvement in the Middle East and analyzes the likely outcomes of the U.S.A's most recent incursions in the region. Begun as theExpand
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Remembering Mahmud Darwish (1941––2008)
AN AURA OF INFINITE SADNESS seemed to attach to Mahmud Darwish over the nearly four decades I knew him. In spite of his rapier wit, jovial affect, and sociable nature, he always carried himself withExpand
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Reading Palestine: Printing and Literacy, 1900––1948
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Brokers of Deceit: How the US Has Undermined Peace in the Middle East
Early in his single-term presidency, Jimmy Carter dismissed as ‘just semantics’ a flap that arose after he extemporaneously echoed Israel’s position that any peace settlement with its neighboursExpand
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Reflections on the Peace Process and a Durable Settlement: A Roundup of Views
In commemoration of its twenty-fifth anniversary, JPS asked a number of specialists in Middle Eastern affairs to give their thoughts on the future of the peace process and, more particularly, on whatExpand
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