This authoritative book examines British policy in the Middle East, focusing on how Britain’s response to 9/11 – particularly the decision to join the US invasion of Iraq – has affected its role and relations in the region.
Dr Rosemary Hollis is Director of the Olive Tree Scholarship Programme at City University London, and was formerly Director of Research at Chatham House
About The Author:
Dr Rosemary Hollis is Director of the Olive Tree Scholarship Programme at City University London, and was formerly Director of Research at Chatham House.
Table Of Contents:
Map of the Middle East
1 Historical background: stages in the relationship 5
2 New Labour worldview and the Middle East 30
3 New Labour: new policy-making process 50
4 Britain's role in the peace process: 1997-2001 70
5 The road to war in Iraq 86
6 Reaping the whirlwind: the fallout from the invasion of Iraq for British relations across the Middle East 107
7 Realpolitik and the peace process after 9/11 135
8 Still flying the flag: Britain and the Arab Gulf states 158
9 Conclusions 179
|Book:||Britain And The Middle East In The 9/11 Era|
|Author:||Gareth Schott Rosemary Hollis|
|Publisher:||Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated|
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