The Middle East: Thinking About and Beyond Security and Stability

In this edited book, several leading scholars address a number of security-related issues, all connected to one main research question: What (in)security means from the perspective of people living in the Middle East and North Africa? In doing so, the contributors shed light on the contours of a stable and legitimate order that responds to the needs of the peoples in the region, on what history tells us about the ongoing debates on security and stability in the region, and, last but not least, on «human security», which encompasses the dimension of human rights, political rights and social/economic security.

Volume produced in the frame of the New-Med Research Network.

Editor: Lorenzo Kamel
Authors: Arshin Adib-Moghaddam, Abdullah Al-Arian, Youssef Cherif, Nader Hashemi, Waleed Hazbun, Lorenzo Kamel, Elijah J. Magnier, Coralie Pison Hindawi, Morten Valbjørn

Details: Bern [etc.], Peter Lang, 2019, 226 p. (Global Politics and Security ; 5)
ISBN/ISSN/DOI: 978-3-0343-3876-9; 978-3-0343-3891-2 (pdf); 978-3-0343-3892-9 (ePub); 10.3726/b16053

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