Globalization, state formation and generational change foreign policy in Syria and Jordan by Raymond A. Hinnebusch

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  • Globalization.,
  • Jordan -- Foreign relations administration.,
  • Syria -- Foreign relations administration.

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StatementRaymond A. Hinnebusch.
SeriesEUI working paper -- no.2003/19, Mediterranean Programme series
ContributionsRobert Schuman Centre., Robert Schuman Centre. Mediterranean Programme., European University Institute.
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Pagination50 p. ;
Number of Pages50
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Open LibraryOL22821441M

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