For states in the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia, the "Arab Spring" has had different implications and consequences, stemming from the politics of identity and the historical and political processes that have shaped development. This book focuses on how these factors interact with globalization and affect state formation.
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Kenneth Christie, Royal Roads University, Canada Mohammad Masad, Zayed University, United Arab Emirates Marion Boulby, Trent University, Canada Nur Köprülü, Near East University, North Cyprus Sebastiano Andreotti , independent historian and geopolitical analyst Magdalena Karolak, Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Sebastian Elsässer, Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel, Germany Lisa Watanabe, Geneva Centre for Security Policy, Switzerland Bouchra Bouyoub , City University London, UKReview:
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