The Implications of Leadership Change in the Arab World
Daniel L. Byman addresses how changes in leadership in the Arab world will affect the region’s politics and relationship to the United States. He pays particular attention to identifying which factors hinge upon individual leaders, which are related to particular regimes, and which are inherent to the interests of the state in question.
Ethnic Conflict: Commerce, Culture, and the Contact Hypothesis, H. D. Forbes Reviewed by Daniel L. Byman
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The Powell Doctrine
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PERSPECTIVES ON PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS, 1992–2020
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