The New Middle East

Paul Danahar
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BBC Bureau Chief Paul Danahar sets out the new order in the Middle East following the Arab Spring in this revised and updated paperback edition, with new material on the rise of ISIS.
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The Arab revolts changed the Middle East forever. A movement for democratic change has dissolved into chaos and bloodshed. States are collapsing. Out of a wave of sectarian fervour unleashed by these changes has emerged the merciless cruelty of Islamic State. Has the promise of the Arab Spring been lost? Can the West win a new `War on Terror' against ISIS? Will a new generation of Arab strongmen crush the young revolutionaries who fought so hard for change? Drawing on a deep knowledge of the region and access to many of the key players, BBC Bureau Chief Paul Danahar explains how the history of the Middle East before the revolts has created the current turmoil. This updated edition includes a new Introduction, a revised chapter on recent events in Syria, new material on the rise of ISIS, and a new Afterward that brings the book completely up to date.
 

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ISBN 9781408870174
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Format Paperback
Publication date 16 Jul 2015

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