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by Sally N. Cummings,Raymond Hinnebusch

ISBN: 0748643044
ISBN13: 978-0748643042
Language: English
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press; 1 edition (July 31, 2011)
Pages: 408
Category: Humanities
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Sally N. Cummings is Senior Lecturer at the University of St Andrews Raymond Hinnebusch is Professor of International Relations and Middle East Politics at the University of St Andrews Raymond Hinnebusch is Professor of International Relations and Middle East Politics at the University of St Andrews.

This unique systematic comparison of empires and of their consequences for sovereignty in the Middle East and Central Asia brings theory on empire and sovereignty to bear on empirical variation across the two regions.

Sally N. Cummings, Raymond A. Hinnebusch. A comparative study of empire in the Middle East and Central Asia. Empire matters for post-imperial outcomes, as is shown in this comparative study. The imperial creation of states in MENA and Central Asia explains several similarities in both regions' successor states.

Home Browse Books Book details, Sovereignty after Empire: Comparing the Middle. Sally N. Cummings and Raymond Hinnebusch. The end of empire marked one of the main transformations in international politics in the twentieth century

Home Browse Books Book details, Sovereignty after Empire: Comparing the Middle. Sovereignty after Empire: Comparing the Middle East and Central Asia. By Sally N. Cummings, Raymond Hinnebusch. The end of empire marked one of the main transformations in international politics in the twentieth century. In the conventional narrative, it completed the universalization of the Westphalian state system.

Sovereignty after Empire. Comparing the Middle East and Central Asia. This is a unique systematic comparison of empires and of their consequences for sovereignty in the Middle East and Central Asia. Publisher: Edinburgh University Press. Online publication date: September 2012. It brings theory on empire and sovereignty to bear on empirical variation across the two regions.

Sovereignty After Empire book. This unique systematic comparison of empires and of their consequences for sovereignty in the Middle East and Central Asia brings theory on empire and sovereignty to bear on empirical variation across the two regions. The novel approach to understandi How does empire affect the route to successor sovereign state systems and the features of the sovereignty of these systems?

Sally Cummings and Raymond Hinnebusch set the scene for this fascinating collection of essays in the . The demise of empires left a powerful and perplexing legacy for successor states in the Middle East and Central Asia.

Sally Cummings and Raymond Hinnebusch set the scene for this fascinating collection of essays in the introduction, where they address the limits of the Westphalian state system and frame the sovereignty question in relation to the imported character of the state in former colonies. Empires were amorphous, whether as contiguous landforms or maritime empires.

This unique systematic comparison of empires and of their consequences for sovereignty in the Middle East and Central Asia brings t. Specifications. Edinburgh University Press.

Looking at the Middle East, why have certain rentier states (such as Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, the Kingdom of Saudi . Cummings, Sally . Hinnebusch, Raymond (2011-07-31). Edinburgh University Press

Looking at the Middle East, why have certain rentier states (such as Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates) remained so remarkably stable, while others (such as Algeria, Bahrain, Iran, Libya and Sudan) have become-either before or during the Arab Spring-scenes of violent unrest?  . 1. Introduction, Sally N. Cummings and Raymond Hinnebusch Section One: Histories of Empire and After 2. Russian Empires, Dominic Lieven 3. The British and French empires in the Arab world: Some problems of colonial state-formation and its legacy, James McDougall 4. Ottoman Legacies and Economic Sovereignty in Post-Imperial Anatolia, Syria and Iraq, Fred Lawson Section Two: Paths to Sovereignty - Views from.

How does empire affect the route to successor sovereign state systems and the features of the sovereignty of these systems? This unique systematic comparison of empires and of their consequences for sovereignty in the Middle East and Central Asia brings theory on empire and sovereignty to bear on empirical variation across the two regions. The novel approach to understanding the political structures of states in two significant areas of the non-European world offers an important comparative discussion of post-imperial development and sovereignty. It raises a clear set of research questions about variations of imperial practice and puts forward an attractive and persuasive case that imperial legacy has been an important variable in the post-independence period.
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