The Middle East Reloaded: Contents

Chapter 1

Philipp O. Amour: Revolutionary Changes, Power Dynamics, and Regional Rivalries since the Arab Spring: An Introduction, p. 1

Chapter 2

Sean Foley: Change at Its Best: Arts, the Arab Spring, and the New Middle East, p. 23

Chapter 3

Ufiem Maurice Ogbonnaya: Arab Spring Determinants in North Africa: A Comparative Analysis of Libya, Egypt and Tunisia, p. 57

Chapter 4

Ayfer Erdogan: What Do the Post-Communist Transitions Imply for the Post-Arab Spring MENA?, p. 81

Chapter 5

Elizabeth Bishop: “Domination of the Corrupt Clique:” Coups and Communications Revolutions in the U.S. and Arab Middle East, p. 109

Chapter 6

Paul Kubicek: Debating the Merits of the “Turkish Model” for Democratization in the Middle East, p. 145

Chapter 7

Moritz Pieper: From Zero Problems with Neighbors to Zero Neighbors without Problems: Turkish-Iranian Relations Before and After the Syrian Crisis, p. 171

Chapter 8

Philipp O. Amour: The Arab Spring movement: The Failed Revolution. Preliminary Theoretical and Empirical Deliberation, p. 199

Chapter 9

Rosa Vane: Employing Militarization as a Means of Maintaining the ‘Ruling Bargain’: The Case of the United Arab Emirates, p. 225

Chapter 10

Sefacan Yılmazel: Turkey’s Foreign Relations in the Wake of the Syrian Civil War: Turkey’s Syria Strategy and Alliance Management, p. 285

Chapter 11

Mark Fuechec: Challenges to Economic and Political Liberalization Under the Deauville Partnership with Arab States: Gulf Competition in Transition States, p. 321


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