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NUPOLI SCI 351Wendy PearlmanSpring

POLI SCI 351 Chapter 1.2: POLITICS LECTURE 1 READING-2

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Consequence of napoleon"s invasion is that mehmet ali (an albanian) Invaded by napoleon in 1798, and then they troops left in 1801 could come in and be
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NUPOLI SCI 351Wendy PearlmanSpring

POLI SCI 351 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.1: Turkish Language, Calender, Turkey

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Gasper - making of the middle east part ii. Elite nationalists - wanted to maintain the power and authority of the colonial mandates, but replacing the
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NUPOLI SCI 351Wendy PearlmanSpring

POLI SCI 351 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.5: European Colonialism, The International (Golf)

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NUPOLI SCI 351Wendy PearlmanSpring

POLI SCI 351 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.4: Arab Nationalism, Iraqi Nationalism

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NUPOLI SCI 351Wendy PearlmanSpring

POLI SCI 351 Chapter Notes - Chapter Making of Modern Middle East pg 1-30: Tanzimat, Islamic Modernism, Arab Nationalism

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The making of the modern middle east (pg 1-30) Spread of islam occurred in 7th century ce - remarkably quickly. Appealed to those who were excluded fro
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NUPOLI SCI 351Wendy PearlmanSpring

POLI SCI 351 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.1: James L. Gelvin

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Basics - about these military regimes that emerged in the middle east in the. 50s, with egypt as a model, that centralized economies and consolidated g
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NUPOLI SCI 351Wendy PearlmanSpring

POLI SCI 351 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.3: Mandatory Palestine, Ottoman Empire, Abdul Hamid Ii

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During the second half of the 19th century, there was a full fledged cultural renaissance in the region, asking how the middle east and northern africa
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NUPOLI SCI 351Wendy PearlmanSpring

POLI SCI 351 Chapter 2.2: POLITICS LECTURE 2 READING-2

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Up until the 1940s, saudi arabia was basically a confederation of tribes and small towns on the coast or built around oases. Only country in the world
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NUPOLI SCI 351Wendy PearlmanSpring

POLI SCI 351 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.2: Authoritarianism, National Liberation Front (Algeria), Nepotism

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We"re looking at the founding regimes in the middle east - the first post-colonial regimes. Countries can be sorted into three basic categories: single
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NUPOLI SCI 351Wendy PearlmanSpring

POLI SCI 351 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.3: Kefaya, Government Executive, Presidential System

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Until 2011, egypt was governed by an authoritarian system and a strong executive, with judiciary, parliament and the bureaucratic branches subservient
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NUPOLI SCI 351Wendy PearlmanSpring

POLI SCI 351 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.3: Hussein Of Jordan, Palestine Liberation Organization, Palestinians In Jordan

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1949, king abdallah changes the name of transjordan to the hashemite. Jordan"s position in israel-palestine: wanted to prevent the establishment of an
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NUPOLI SCI 220Alvin TilleryFall

POLI SCI 220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Sampling Error, Double Negative, Political Question

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Fiorina new american democracy: public opinion chapter 5. Pu(cid:271)li(cid:272) opi(cid:374)io(cid:374): the agg(cid:396)egatio(cid:374) of people"s (
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