Dissent Repression Nexus in the Middle East 2008

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Title: Dissent Repression Nexus in the Middle East 2008
Creators: Meyer, Katherine; Jenkins, J. Craig
Keywords: dissent
Middle East
Issue Date: 2008
Abstract: The Middle East is often seen as caught in a cycle of dissent and repression, influencing almost all aspects of existence. This “dissent/repression nexus” is crucial because the Middle East lies at the crossroads of three continents and contains vast reserves of natural resources. Its conflicts have also spilled into other parts of the world. Despite the importance of understanding contention in the Middle East, there has been little systematic study of conflict dynamics in the region. To address these gaps, an interdisciplinary, multi-university team has set out to study the dissent/repression nexus in the Middle East. The project focuses on Egypt, Israel/Palestine, Jordan, Kuwait, and Turkey from 1990 to the present.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/36260
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