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Author Murden, Simon.

Title Islam, the Middle East, and the new global hegemony / Simon W. Murden
Published Boulder, Colo. ; London : Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2002

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 MELB  327.0917671 Mur/Itm  Unavailable C19
Description ix, 235 pages : maps ; 24 cm
Series The Middle East in the international system
Middle East in the international system.
Contents 1. Introduction: The Emergence of the West's Global Hegemony and Its Final Frontier -- Part I. Islam in the Global Hegemony. 2. Reconstructing the Post-Cold War World: Islam in the Cultural Discourse of the West. 3. The Pax Americana in the Middle East. 4. The Impact of the Global Economy in Muslim Countries -- Part 2. Muslim Resistance and Adaptation in the Liberal International Order. 5. The Islamic Revolt and the Politics of Paralysis. 6. Islam and the Liberal Idea. 7. Islam in the International System: A Future of Conflict or Cooperation? -- Appendix 1: The History of the Liberal Idea -- Appendix 2: The History of the Islamic Faith -- Bibliography -- Index -- About the Book
Summary Cohan and Harris Theatre, 226 West 42nd Street, Cohan & Harris present "A Tailor-Made Man," with Grant Mitchell, a new comedy by Harry James Smith, based on "The Well-Fitting Dress Coate," by Gabriel Dregley, staged by Sam Forrest
Analysis Oriente Medio Política y gobierno 1945-
Islam y política Oriente Medio
Globalización
Liberalismo
Related To In: American theater programs of the late 19th and 20th centuries (Library of Congress)
Notes Cohan and Harris Theatre, week beginning Monday evening, July 29, 1918, evenings at 8:20, Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2:20
Title devised by Library staff
Cast: Dore Davidson, L.E. Conness, Barlowe Borland, J.H. Greene, Gladys Gilbert, Grant Mitchell, Rowland Buckstone, Minna Gale Haynes, Charles Horne, Mary Martin, Una Brooks, Lloyd Carpenter, Walter Croft, John Maccabee, Theodore Esteleman, Josephine Deffry, Phil Hardy, Frank G. Harley, Lotta Linthicum, Nancy Power, A.P. Kaye, Frank Burbeck, Marie Wright, Lawrence White, Howard Wall, John A. Boone, Edmund Sorigan, William C. Hodges
Illustrated color advertisements for Djer-Kiss cosmetics on inside front cover, Hood leisure shoes on inside back cover and Helmar Turkish cigarettes on back cover. Additional color advertisement for National Biscuit Company mounted on p. 12
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 217-227) and index
Subject Islam and politics -- Middle East.
Globalization.
Liberalism.
Islamic countries -- Politics and government.
Middle East -- Politics and government.
Middle East -- Politics and government -- 1945-
Genre/Form Theater programs
Theater programs
Author Mitchell, Grant, 1874-1957.
Forrest, Sam, approximately 1871-1944.
Drégely, Gábor, 1883-1944. Well-fitting dress coat
Smith, Harry James, 1880-1918. Tailor-made man
Cohan & Harris
Cohan and Harris Theatre (Organization : New York, N.Y.)
LC no. 2002019700
ISBN 1588260887 pb. alkaline paper
1588260593 alkaline paper