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Title Regional security dialogue in the Middle East : changes, challenges and opportunities / edited by Chen Kane, Egle Murauskaite
Published London : Routledge, 2014
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Series UCLA Center for Middle East Development (CMED) series
UCLA Center for Middle East Development (CMED) series.
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of contributors; List of abbreviations; Foreword; Introduction; Part I The Helsinki Process; 1 Cautious optimism: The Helsinki Process as a model for negotiations in the Middle East; 2 A zone in the Middle East: Confidence-building measures and the European experience; Part II Perspectives from the region and outside; 3 The Helsinki Process and the Middle East: The viability of cooperative security frameworks for a region in flux; 4 The Helsinki Process and its relevance in a changing Middle East: An Israeli perspective
11 Civil society dialogues and Middle East regional security: The Asia-Pacific modelPart IV Possible futures; 12 A Helsinki Process for the Middle East? New discourse, new opportunities; Conclusion: Charting a course inspired by the Helsinki experience; Index
5 Weapons of Mass Destruction-Free Zone in the Middle East: A political view from Riyadh6 Domestic politics in Iran and a future regional process; 7 Lessons learned: The Turkish role in arms control and regional security talks in the Middle East; Part III The Middle East today: Changes, challenges, and opportunities; 8 The Helsinki Process in the Middle East: Promoting security, development, democracy, and peace; 9 The future of arms control in the Middle East; 10 The Middle East and the Helsinki Process: Unfulfilled aspiration ... so far
Summary At this time of considerable political turmoil in the Middle East, there is a pressing need to explore alternative frameworks for regional security. The book discusses the Helsinki Process as one potentially relevant historical model to learn from. The Helsinki Process began in a divided Europe in the early 1970s and, over 40 years, achieved major successes in promoting cooperation between the Warsaw Pact and NATO member states on social, human rights, security, and political issues. In this volume, established Middle East experts, former diplomats, and emerging scholars asses
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Helsinki Process on Globalisation and Democracy.
Helsinki Process on Globalisation and Democracy.
Arms control -- Middle East.
Security, International -- Middle East
Strategic culture -- Middle East
Arms control.
Diplomatic relations.
HISTORY -- Military -- Other.
Security, International.
Strategic culture.
Middle East -- Foreign relations.
Middle East.
Form Electronic book
Author Kane, Chen, editor.
Murauskaite, Egle, editor.
ISBN 131768270X