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Middle East Monarchies

The Challenge of Modernity

by Joseph Kostiner

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Published by Lynne Rienner Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asian / Middle Eastern history,
  • Political structure & processes,
  • Rank & titles,
  • Contemporary Politics - Middle East,
  • Monarchy And Aristocracy,
  • History,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • History: World,
  • General,
  • Government - Comparative,
  • Middle East - General,
  • Middle East,
  • Monarchy,
  • Politics and government

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages341
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12026986M
    ISBN 101555878628
    ISBN 109781555878627

    A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Good governance in the Middle East oil monarchies / edited by Tom Pierre Najem and Martin Hetherington p. cm. – (Durham modern Middle East and Islamic world series 4) Includes bibliographical references and index. 1.   Three of the six monarchies enjoy vast oil or gas reserves and enormous wealth; all have anachronistic political structures that have shown the strain as change has blown through the Middle East.

    Politics. Some states are constitutional monarchies with elected parliaments. Bahrain (Majlis al Watani) and Kuwait (Majlis al Ummah) have legislatures with members elected by the population.. The Sultanate of Oman also has an advisory council (Majlis ash-Shura) that is popularly the UAE, a federation of seven monarchical emirates, the Federal National Council (United . Joseph Kechichian’s new book, Power and Succession in Arab Monarchies: A Reference Guide, does not pander to either extreme; it is an excellent place to begin a search for a better understanding of what in the Western world is an anachronism, modern Arab monarchies. As the subtitle states, the book is a reference guide, not a monograph.

    In Money, Markets, and Monarchies (Cambridge University Press, ), Adam Hanieh examines how the six states of the Gulf Cooperation Council are powerfully shaping the political economy of the wider Middle h unprecedented and fine-grained empirical research - encompassing sectors such as agribusiness, real estate, finance, retail, telecommunications, and urban utilities - the book. Her book Rentier Islamism: The Influence of the Muslim Brotherhood in Gulf Monarchies, based on her DPhil thesis at the University of Oxford and published by Oxford University Press in , examines the socio-political role played by Muslim Brotherhood groups in Kuwait, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates. She previously worked at the Brookings.


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Focuses on the roots and characteristics of these monarchiesFormat: Hardcover. Money, Markets, and Monarchies demonstrates that Gulf capital is a central factor in both global capitalism and the broader political economy of the Middle East and North Africa. Money, Markets, and Monarchies should change the way we view the region and its place in the world.' Joel Beinin, Stanford University, Cited by: 3.

According to P. Clawson at the Middle East Quarterly, Fall edition, the six Persian Gulf monarchies--Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, and Oman--have for decades been undergoing sustained economic development that was matched by little if any political reform.3/5(1).

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Most monarchies appear to have been elective originally, but dynasties early became customary. In primitive times, divine descent of the monarch was often claimed. Deification was general in ancient Egypt, the Middle East, and Asia, and it was also practiced during certain periods in ancient Greece and Rome.

The emirates of the Middle East (the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, and Kuwait) are monarchies ruled by emirs and represent some of the wealthiest Arab nations. Learning Objectives Compare and contrast the emirates of the Arabian Peninsula.

All in the Family: Absolutism, Revolution, and Democracy in the Middle Eastern Monarchies is a book by Michael Herb published in The book's central thesis is that Arab monarchies continue to be stable because numerous members of the royal family are given important positions in the government bureaucracy.

All in the Family provides a compelling and fresh analysis of the importance of monarchism in the region, and points out the crucial role of the ruling families in creating monarchal regimes. It addresses the issue of democratization in the Middle Eastern monarchies, arguing that the prospects for the gradual emergence of constitutional.

Money, Markets, and Monarchies demonstrates that Gulf capital is a central factor in both global capitalism and the broader political economy of the Middle East and North Africa.

Money, Markets, and Monarchies should change the way we view the region and its place in the world.' Joel Beinin - Stanford University, CaliforniaCited by: 3. A hereditary monarchy is the most common style of monarchy and is the form that is used by almost all of the world's existing monarchies.

Under a hereditary monarchy, all the monarchs come from the same family, and the crown is passed down from one member to another member of the family. The hereditary system has the advantages of stability, continuity and, as well as.

part, the monarchies share American policy goals in the Middle East and cooperate with the United States on military, diplomatic, and intelligence issues.

They are vital and dependable allies. Monarchies in the Middle East On the other hand, Jordan and Morocco have small royal families and rely for their inner circle of advisors on personnel from other key social groups.

In the context of similarities between Arab regimes, it is important to note that in the three main republican states there are also elements of dynastic : Barry Rubin.

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Joseph Kechichian's new book, Power and Succession in Arab Monarchies: A Reference Guide, does not pander to either extreme; it is an excellent place to begin a search for a better understanding of what in the Western world is an anachronism, modern Arab monarchies. As the subtitle states, the book is a reference guide, not a monograph.

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