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A History of the Modern Middle East

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  • Cover
  • Half Title
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Contents
  • List of Illustrations
  • Preface to the Sixth Edition
  • Acknowledgments
  • A Note About Place Names and Transliteration
  • Part One The Development of Islamic Civilization to the Eighteenth Century
    • 1 The Rise and Expansion of Islam
      • Pre-Islamic Arabia
      • Muhammad and the Foundations of Islam
      • The Arab Conquests and the First Empire
      • The First Civil War and the End of the Rashidun Caliphate
      • From Arab Exclusivism to Islamic Universalism: The Umayyad and Abbasid Empires
      • Conclusion
    • 2 The Development of Islamic Civilization to the Fifteenth Century
      • Patterns of Islamic History
      • The Creation and Uses of Wealth
      • Islamic Rituals and Institutions
      • Two Versions of Leadership: Sunni Caliph and Shi‘a Imam
      • The Middle East from the Eleventh to the Fifteenth Centuries: An Overview
      • Conclusion
    • 3 The Ottoman and Safavid Empires: A New Imperial Synthesis
      • The Rise of the Ottoman Empire
      • Ottoman Ruling Institutions and Attitudes
      • The Loss of Ottoman Superiority
      • The Triumph of Shi‘ism: The Safavid Empire of Iran, 1501-1736
      • Conclusion: The Sunni-Shi‘a Struggle for Iraq
  • Part Two The Beginnings of the Era of Transformation
    • 4 Forging a New Synthesis: The Pattern of Reforms, 1789-1849
      • Selim III (1789-1806): Between Old and New
      • A Revived Center of Power: The Egypt of Muhammad Ali, 1805-1848
      • Nationalism and Great Power Intervention: The Greek Revolt, 1821-1829
      • Sultan Mahmud (1808-1839): Centralization and Transformation
      • Conclusion
    • 5 The Ottoman Empire and Egypt During the Era of the Tanzimat
      • The Tanzimat: Continued Ottoman Reform Under the Bureaucrats
      • The Arab Provinces of Greater Syria During the Tanzimat
      • Egypt During the Era of Civilian Reform
      • Conclusion: The Dualism of the Nineteenth-Century Reforms
    • 6 Egypt and Iran in the Late Nineteenth Century
      • England on the Nile: The British Occupation of Egypt, 1882-1914
      • Iran During the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century
      • Conclusion
    • 7 The Response of Islamic Society
      • Religious Assertiveness and Authoritarian Reform: The Era of Abdul Hamid II
      • Islamic Puritanism on the Tribal Frontiers: The Wahhabi, Sanusi, and Mahdiyyah Movements
      • The Reform of High Islam
      • Emerging Currents of Arab Cultural Distinctiveness
      • Conclusion
    • 8 The Era of the Young Turks and the Iranian Constitutionalists
      • The Revolt of 1908 and the Young Turks in Power
      • The Period of the Iranian Constitutional Revolution
      • Conclusion
    • 9 World War I and the End of the Ottoman Order
      • The Middle East in World War I: An Overview of Military and Diplomatic Initiatives
      • The Peace Settlement
      • Conclusion: The End of the Ottoman Order in the Middle East
  • Part Three The Struggle for Independence: The Interwar Era to the End of World War II
    • 10 Authoritarian Reform in Turkey and Iran
      • The Atatürk Era in Turkey
      • Iran under Reza Shah
      • Turkey and Iran During World War II: Sovereignty and Occupation
      • Conclusion
    • 11 The Arab Struggle for Independence: Egypt, Iraq, and Transjordan from the Interwar Era to 1945
      • The Struggle for Power in Egypt in the Interwar Period
      • An Overview of World War II
      • Egypt During World War II: Pivot of the British Defense System
      • Iraq Between the Wars
      • Iraq During World War II
      • Transjordan: The Desert Mandate
      • Conclusion
    • 12 The Arab Struggle for Independence: Syria, Lebanon, and Saudi Arabia from the Interwar Era to 1945
      • The French Mandate in Syria and Lebanon
      • Lebanon Under the Mandate: The Establishment of Confessional Politics
      • Syria and Lebanon During World War II: The Troubled Path to Independence
      • New Kingdom in Arabia: The Rise of the Saudi State
      • The Search for Identity: Regionalism, Arabism, Islam
      • Conclusion
    • 13 The Palestine Mandate and the Birth of the State of Israel
      • The Emergence of Political Zionism
      • The Balfour Declaration
      • The Mandate for Palestine: British Administration
      • The Palestinian Arab Community: Leadership and Institutions
      • The Jewish Community: Leadership and Institutions
      • Immigration and Land
      • Communal Conflict and the British Response
      • World War II and the Birth of the State of Israel
      • The First Arab-Israeli War
      • Conclusion
  • Part Four The Independent Middle East from the End of World War II to the 1970s
    • 14 Democracy and Authoritarianism: Turkey and Iran
      • The Role of the United States in the Postwar Years
      • Turkey: The Transition to a Multiparty System
      • Turkish Foreign Policy and the Cyprus Question
      • Iran: The Reestablishment of Royal Autocracy
      • Conclusion
    • 15 The Middle East in the Age of Nasser: The Egyptian Base
      • The Paralysis of the Old Regime, 1945-1952
      • The Free Officers and the Coup d‘État of 1952
      • Foreign Relations After 1952
      • The Adoption of Arab Socialism
      • Conclusion
    • 16 The Middle East in the Age of Nasser: The Radicalization of Arab Politics
      • Syria: The Military in Politics
      • Iraq: The End of the Monarchy
      • The Hashimite Kingdom of Jordan: The Survival of Monarchy
      • Lebanon: The Precarious Sectarian Balance
      • Israel, the Arab States, and the June War
      • Conclusion: The Nasser Era in Perspective
    • 17 Israel and the Palestinians from 1948 to the 1970s
      • The Israeli Political System and Political Culture
      • The Elections of 1977: Israel in Transition
      • The Palestinian Factor after 1948
      • Conclusion
  • Part Five The Resurgence of Islam: The Middle East from the 1970s to the 1991 Gulf War
    • 18 The Iranian Revolution and the Revival of Islam
      • The Stages of Revolution in Iran
      • The Revival of Islam
      • Conclusion
    • 19 Changing Patterns of War and Peace: Egypt and Lebanon in the 1970s and 1980s
      • Egypt Under Sadat: Domestic and Diplomatic Realignments
      • The Lebanese Civil War, 1975-1990
      • Egypt in the 1980s
      • Conclusion
    • 20 The Arabian Peninsula in the Petroleum Era
      • The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
      • Kuwait, Oman, and the Smaller Gulf States
      • Conclusion
    • 21 The Consolidation of Authoritarian Rule in Syria and Iraq: The Regimes of Hafiz al-Asad and Saddam Husayn
      • Syria in the Al-Asad Era
      • Iraq in the Era of Saddam Husayn and the Ba‘th
      • The Iran-Iraq War, 1980-1988
      • Conclusion
  • Part Six Challenges to the Existing Order: The Middle East in the 1990S and 2000s
    • 22 The Palestinian Intifada and the 1991 Gulf War
      • The Intifada from 1987 to 1991
      • The Gulf Crisis of 1990-1991
      • The Aftermath of the Gulf War
      • Conclusion
    • 23 A Peace So Near, a Peace So Far: Palestinian-Israeli Relations Since the 1991 Gulf War
      • The Road to the Oslo Peace Accords
      • The Unraveling of the Oslo Peace Process
      • The Road from Taba
      • Conclusion
    • 24 Patterns of Continuity and Change in Turkey, Iran, and Lebanon
      • Turkey and Iran: Nations at a Crossroads
      • Hizbullah and the Struggle for Lebanon
      • Conclusion
    • 25 America’s Troubled Moment in the Middle East
      • The Policy of Dual Containment
      • Al-Qa‘ida and the Attacks of September 11, 2001
      • The Occupation of Iraq
      • Iran’s Nuclear Program
      • Conclusion
    • 26 The 2011 Arab Uprisings and Their Aftermath
      • Understanding the Uprisings’ Dynamics
      • Egypt
      • Syria
      • Yemen and Libya
      • Saudi Arabia and the Gulf Monarchies
      • Conclusion: Connecting Threads
  • List of Major Rulers
  • Glossary
  • Select Bibliography
  • Index

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A History of the Modern Middle East

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