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The Resource Middle East Monarchies : the Challenge of Modernity

Middle East Monarchies : the Challenge of Modernity

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Middle East Monarchies : the Challenge of Modernity
Title
Middle East Monarchies
Title remainder
the Challenge of Modernity
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Kostiner, Joseph
Dewey number
321/.6/0956
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Monarchy
  • Middle East
Label
Middle East Monarchies : the Challenge of Modernity
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Table 14.1 Gulf Monarchies: National and Nonnational Workforce, 1975-1990
Contents
  • Title Page ; Copyright page ; Contents; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1- Introduction; The ""King's Dilemma"" ; ""Monarchies Resilience"" ; Note ; Part 1- Context ; Chapter 2- Monarchy in the Middle East ; Bibliographical Note ; Notes ; Chapter 3- Post-Ottoman Arab Monarchies: Old Bottles, New Labels?; Notes ; Chapter 4- Why Did Arab Monarchies Fall? An Analysis of Old and New Explanations; Historical Rootedness and the Legitimacy Question ; Foreign Policy Issues Versus Domestic Issues ; State, Class, and Leadership Variables ; Inevitability and the Question of Leadership ; Conclusion ; Notes
  • Chapter 5- Dynasts and Nationalists: Why Monarchies SurviveState-Formation and the Monarchs ; Nation-Building and the Monarchs ; The Mandate to Rule: The Divine Right of the Family ; Defining Clients: Social Bases of Rule ; Mythmaking: The Invention of Tradition ; Conclusion ; Notes ; Chapter 6- Patterns of Monarchy in the Middle East; Notes ; Part 2- Case Studies ; Chapter 7- The Jordanian Monarchy: The Hashemite Success Story; From Anarchy to Monarchy ; Legitimacy and the Restrained Use of Force ; Contending with the Islamists and Socioeconomic Crisis ; Conclusion ; Notes
  • Chapter 8- The Moroccan Monarchy: A Political System in Quest of a New EquilibriumThe Functioning of Monarchy ; Conclusion ; Notes ; Chapter 9- State-Formation and the Saudi Monarchy; State-Building ; Faysal's Order ; The Challenges to Faysal's Order ; The Monarchy's Response ; Conclusion ; Notes ; Chapter 10- The Kuwaiti Royal Family in the Postliberation Period: Reinstitutionalizing the "FirstAmong Equals" System in Kuwait; The Restoration Movement: 1986-1990 ; The Effects of the Iraqi Invasion ; Conclusion ; Notes
  • Chapter 11- The Persistence of Monarchy in the Arabian Peninsula: A Comparative AnalysisTheoretical Perspectives on Monarchy in the Middle East ; ""Traditionalism"" and Monarchy in Arabia ; Regional Security, Oil, and the Fate of Arabian Monarchies ; Conclusion ; Notes ; Chapter 12- The Throne in the Sultanate of Oman; The Al-Bu Sa'id in Power ; Sayyid Sa'id Bin Taymur ; Sultan Qabus ; The Monarchy and the Modern State ; The Postcoup Government: Transforming Monarchical Authority ; The Sultanate's Emerging Institutional Framework ; The Majlis Al-Shura; Trends ; Notes
  • Chapter 13- The Persian Monarchy and the Islamic RepublicThe Legacy of the Past: The Safavids and Qajar Heritage ; Khomeini's Early Thought: Opposition to the Shah ; Khomeini's Revolutionary Approach: Velayat-e Faqih ; The Origins of Revolutionary Thought ; The Ayatollahs in Action ; Conclusion ; Notes ; Part 3- Challenges ; Chapter 14- Gulf Monarchies as Rentier States: The Nationalization Policies of the Labor Force; Strategy for Socioeconomic Development in the Gulf Oil Monarchies ; Implementation of the Strategy: Importing Foreign Workers
Control code
ocn960163809
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (349 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781626373938
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)960163809
Label
Middle East Monarchies : the Challenge of Modernity
Publication
Note
Table 14.1 Gulf Monarchies: National and Nonnational Workforce, 1975-1990
Contents
  • Title Page ; Copyright page ; Contents; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1- Introduction; The ""King's Dilemma"" ; ""Monarchies Resilience"" ; Note ; Part 1- Context ; Chapter 2- Monarchy in the Middle East ; Bibliographical Note ; Notes ; Chapter 3- Post-Ottoman Arab Monarchies: Old Bottles, New Labels?; Notes ; Chapter 4- Why Did Arab Monarchies Fall? An Analysis of Old and New Explanations; Historical Rootedness and the Legitimacy Question ; Foreign Policy Issues Versus Domestic Issues ; State, Class, and Leadership Variables ; Inevitability and the Question of Leadership ; Conclusion ; Notes
  • Chapter 5- Dynasts and Nationalists: Why Monarchies SurviveState-Formation and the Monarchs ; Nation-Building and the Monarchs ; The Mandate to Rule: The Divine Right of the Family ; Defining Clients: Social Bases of Rule ; Mythmaking: The Invention of Tradition ; Conclusion ; Notes ; Chapter 6- Patterns of Monarchy in the Middle East; Notes ; Part 2- Case Studies ; Chapter 7- The Jordanian Monarchy: The Hashemite Success Story; From Anarchy to Monarchy ; Legitimacy and the Restrained Use of Force ; Contending with the Islamists and Socioeconomic Crisis ; Conclusion ; Notes
  • Chapter 8- The Moroccan Monarchy: A Political System in Quest of a New EquilibriumThe Functioning of Monarchy ; Conclusion ; Notes ; Chapter 9- State-Formation and the Saudi Monarchy; State-Building ; Faysal's Order ; The Challenges to Faysal's Order ; The Monarchy's Response ; Conclusion ; Notes ; Chapter 10- The Kuwaiti Royal Family in the Postliberation Period: Reinstitutionalizing the "FirstAmong Equals" System in Kuwait; The Restoration Movement: 1986-1990 ; The Effects of the Iraqi Invasion ; Conclusion ; Notes
  • Chapter 11- The Persistence of Monarchy in the Arabian Peninsula: A Comparative AnalysisTheoretical Perspectives on Monarchy in the Middle East ; ""Traditionalism"" and Monarchy in Arabia ; Regional Security, Oil, and the Fate of Arabian Monarchies ; Conclusion ; Notes ; Chapter 12- The Throne in the Sultanate of Oman; The Al-Bu Sa'id in Power ; Sayyid Sa'id Bin Taymur ; Sultan Qabus ; The Monarchy and the Modern State ; The Postcoup Government: Transforming Monarchical Authority ; The Sultanate's Emerging Institutional Framework ; The Majlis Al-Shura; Trends ; Notes
  • Chapter 13- The Persian Monarchy and the Islamic RepublicThe Legacy of the Past: The Safavids and Qajar Heritage ; Khomeini's Early Thought: Opposition to the Shah ; Khomeini's Revolutionary Approach: Velayat-e Faqih ; The Origins of Revolutionary Thought ; The Ayatollahs in Action ; Conclusion ; Notes ; Part 3- Challenges ; Chapter 14- Gulf Monarchies as Rentier States: The Nationalization Policies of the Labor Force; Strategy for Socioeconomic Development in the Gulf Oil Monarchies ; Implementation of the Strategy: Importing Foreign Workers
Control code
ocn960163809
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (349 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781626373938
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)960163809

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