International Conflicts & Crises

An American Perspective on the Anglo-Egyptian Conflict (From the Cairo Fire to the Revolution of 1952)
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Authored by: Zaher Mohammed Saqer Al-Hassanawi

With the 1952 Egyptian Revolution as its point of departure, this study takes up the American pers... more »


The Sahara Issue and the Concept of Autonomy: A Moroccan Viewpoint
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Authored by: Mohammed Boubouche

The Sahara issue is considered one of the most complicated problems regarding the right of self-de... more »


Border Disputes and their Resolution According to International Law: The Qatar-Bahrain Case
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Authored by: Giovanni Distefano

The key element of the territorial and maritime dispute between Bahrain and Qatar was the need ... more »


Conflict Resolution in the Post-Cold War World: Implications for Iraq
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Authored by: Michael Rose

Although US foreign policy is still based on the desire to secure freedom, justice and democrac... more »


In the Shadow of Just Wars: Violence, Politics and Humanitarian Action
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Authored by: Medecins Sans Frontieres
Edited By: Fabrice Weissman

The international community can no longer ignore contemporary armed conflicts. Their international... more »


Turkey-Iran Competition in Central Asia and the Caucasus
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Authored by: Ammar Jeffal

The collapse of the Soviet Union availed the opportunity for many international and local power... more »


The Long Road From Taif to Jeddah: Resolution of a Saudi-Yemeni Boundary Dispute
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Authored by: Askar H. Al-Enazy

This book is an analysis of the boundary treaties between Saudi Arabia and Yemen, starting with th... more »


NATO Intervention in Kosovo
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Translated by: Al-Taher Bou Sahia

NATO intervention in Kosovo sparked a dispute over more »