U.S. foreign policy and Islamist politics

Mūṣallī, Aḥmad

U.S. foreign policy and Islamist politics Ahmad S. Moussalli - 224 S.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [171]-215) and index

Introduction -- The West, U.S. foreign policy, and the making of the Islamic threat -- The United States of America and the Western world : the making of the Islamic image -- The context and ideologies of Islamist politics -- Case studies on Islamic movements -- Two case studies : Iran and the Middle East peace process, and Islamic movements after the invasion of Iraq -- Conclusion and policy recommendations

Introduction -- The West, U.S. foreign policy, and the making of the Islamic threat -- The United States of America and the Western world : the making of the Islamic image -- The context and ideologies of Islamist politics -- Case studies on Islamic movements -- Two case studies : Iran and the Middle East peace process, and Islamic movements after the invasion of Iraq -- Conclusion and policy recommendations

0813031494 alk. paper 9780813031491 : alk. paper

9780813031491

2007027529


Islamic fundamentalism
Internationale Politik
Außenpolitik
Regionalpolitik
Politischer Islam
Fundamentalismus
Ideologie
Religion
Religiöse Bewegung
Nachkriegszeit
Auswirkung


USA
Naher Osten
Mittlerer Osten
Nordafrika

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