Turkey and Qatar in the Tangled Geopolitics of the Middle East.

By: Başkan, BirolContributor(s): Başkan, BirolMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan US, 2016Copyright date: ©2016Description: 1 online resource (153 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781137517715Subject(s): International relationsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Turkey and Qatar in the Tangled Geopolitics of the Middle EastDDC classification: 327.56105363 LOC classification: JA1-92Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- Part I: 9/11 and the Changing Regional Landscape -- Chapter 2: The Earthquake: The 9/11 Attacks and the US Response -- Chapter 3: Unsettling the Middle East: The Implications of the US Rhetoric and Action -- The Rise of Iran as a Regional Hegemon -- Iran's Defensive/Aggressive Attitude -- The Arabs' Own Predicament: Leadership Crisis -- The Paradox of the Arab Gulf States -- The Saudi-Iran Rivalry Revived -- Part II: The Rise of Turkey and Qatar -- Chapter 4: Enter Turkey and Qatar -- Acquiring Immunity to US Pressure: The 1990s -- Turkey and Qatar Facing the Post-9/11 Region -- Foreign Policy Activism -- Avoiding Entrapment in the Saudi-Iran Rivalry -- Relations with Israel -- High-Profile Mediation Efforts -- Relations with the MB -- Relations with Hamas -- Part III: The Arab Spring: The Rise and Fall of the Brotherhood Crescent -- Chapter 5: The Arab Spring Erupts, Turkey and Qatar Respond -- Tunisia -- Egypt -- Libya, Yemen, and Bahrain -- Syria -- The Rise of the Muslim Brotherhood -- Troubled Monarchies -- A Note on Qatar -- Chapter 6: The Coup and Its Aftermath -- The Rise of ISID and the Houthis -- Chapter 7: The Future Place of Turkey in the Middle East -- Index.
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Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- Part I: 9/11 and the Changing Regional Landscape -- Chapter 2: The Earthquake: The 9/11 Attacks and the US Response -- Chapter 3: Unsettling the Middle East: The Implications of the US Rhetoric and Action -- The Rise of Iran as a Regional Hegemon -- Iran's Defensive/Aggressive Attitude -- The Arabs' Own Predicament: Leadership Crisis -- The Paradox of the Arab Gulf States -- The Saudi-Iran Rivalry Revived -- Part II: The Rise of Turkey and Qatar -- Chapter 4: Enter Turkey and Qatar -- Acquiring Immunity to US Pressure: The 1990s -- Turkey and Qatar Facing the Post-9/11 Region -- Foreign Policy Activism -- Avoiding Entrapment in the Saudi-Iran Rivalry -- Relations with Israel -- High-Profile Mediation Efforts -- Relations with the MB -- Relations with Hamas -- Part III: The Arab Spring: The Rise and Fall of the Brotherhood Crescent -- Chapter 5: The Arab Spring Erupts, Turkey and Qatar Respond -- Tunisia -- Egypt -- Libya, Yemen, and Bahrain -- Syria -- The Rise of the Muslim Brotherhood -- Troubled Monarchies -- A Note on Qatar -- Chapter 6: The Coup and Its Aftermath -- The Rise of ISID and the Houthis -- Chapter 7: The Future Place of Turkey in the Middle East -- Index.

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Birol Başkan is Assistant Professor of Government at Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar. He received his PhD from Northwestern University, USA, and previously taught at the State University of New York-Fredonia, USA, and Qatar University. He has published in numerous academic journals such as Politics and Religion , Insight Turkey , Arab Studies Quarterly , Comparative Political Studies , and International Sociology . He is the author of From Religious Empires to Secular States (2014) and the co-editor of State-Society Relations in the Arab Gulf States (2014).

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