Middle East Review of International Affairs (Online)

Articles from Vol. 19, No. 3, Fall

Challenges and Influences of the "Americanization" of Palestinian Education: A Case Study of Al-Quds University's American Studies Department
INTRODUCTIONPalestinian education has often been in the spotlight for the role it plays in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. At the college and university level student politics have often played an integral role in shaping Palestinian society. In 2001,...
Iran and the Muslim Brotherhood in the Arabic-Speaking World: The Best of Enemies?
INTRODUCTIONHistorically, Iran has regarded the Muslim Brotherhood as a friendly organization. The Brotherhood, for its part, has strived to establish a regime close to the principles of the Islamic Republic of Iran. The Iranian theocracy cherishes its...
"Muhammad Taught Us How to Fight": The Islamic State and Early Islamic Warfare Tradition
The Zealot is the man who takes refuge from the unknown in the familiar; and when he joins battle with a stranger who practices superior tactics and employs formidable newfangled weapons, and finds himself getting the worst of the encounter, he responds...
Putin, Assad, and Geopolitics
THE RUSSIAN BEAR ROARSOn September 30, 2015, the world's news media circulated a startling development: Russian warplanes flew to Syria after an official invitation by the beleaguered government of Bashar al-Assad and waged a fierce wave of aerial bombardment...
The Impact of the Arab Spring on the Political Future of the Muslim Brotherhood in the Middle East: Jordan as a Case Study
INTRODUCTIONBeginning in 2011, the Arab world faced a wave of uprisings leading to the overthrow of four Arab regimes, in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and Yemen; and creating conflict and civil wars in Syria, Libya, Yemen, and Iraq-with less impact on Jordan,...
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