Writing The Modern History Of Iraq.

Key Features:Most existing publications on Iraqi history present a succession of tragic events which would lead the reader to assume a sort of fatality in the country's evolution towards the present situationDue to deeper observation and analysis (between the local, the regional and the global;...

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Main Author: Bocco, Riccardo.
Other Authors: Bozarslan, Hamit., Sluglett, Peter., Tejel, Jordi.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Singapore : World Scientific Publishing Company, 2012.
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Summary:Key Features:Most existing publications on Iraqi history present a succession of tragic events which would lead the reader to assume a sort of fatality in the country's evolution towards the present situationDue to deeper observation and analysis (between the local, the regional and the global; between internal and external), the authors offer, in contrast, new grids of analysis on Iraqi history rejecting a primordialist approach that establishes ethnic and sectarian borders as the self-evident reasons of the present situationContributors to this book are well-established researchers in their field.
Physical Description:1 online resource (578 pages)
ISBN:9789814390576