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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Middle East Policy Council

Volume 16, Number 2, Summer 2009

TheUnitedStates andIran: What are theProspects forEngagement?
pp. 1-25(25)
Authors: Pickering, Thomas R.; Parsi, Trita; Katzman, Kenneth; Mattair, Thomas R.

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Iran'sNuclearDecision-MakingCalculus
pp. 26-38(13)
Author: Entessar, Nader

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Internal andExternalSecurity in theArabGulfStates
pp. 39-58(20)
Author: Ulrichsen, Kristian Coates

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AbuDhabi'sNewEconomy: Oil, Investment andDomesticDevelopment
pp. 59-79(21)
Author: Davidson, Christopher

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China'sPolicy in thePersianGulf
pp. 80-92(13)
Author: Ghafouri, Mahmoud

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U.S. ForeignPolicyTowardSyria: BalancingIdeology andNationalInterests
pp. 93-105(13)
Authors: Sadat, Mir H.; Jones, Daniel B.

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Syria and theFinancialCrisis: Prospects forReform?
pp. 106-115(10)
Author: Marshall, Shana

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NegativeImpact ofPolicy onHumanitarianAssistance inGaza
pp. 116-121(6)
Author: Myers, Martha

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Hezbollah'sSocialJihad: Nonprofits asResistanceOrganizations
pp. 122-137(16)
Authors: Flanigan, Shawn Teresa; Abdel-Samad, Mounah

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Pakistan: CanU.S. PolicySave theDay?
pp. 138-148(11)
Author: Malik, Mustafa

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Darfur, theICCandAmericanPolitics
pp. 149-163(15)
Author: Bechtold, Peter K.

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BookReviews
pp. 164-182(19)

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