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Law, personalities, and politics of the Middle East essays in honor of Majid Khadduri

by Piscatori, James P. Harris, George S. (George Sellers), 1931- Khadduri, Majid, 1908-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Boulder, Colo. ; Washington, D.C. : Westview Press : Middle East Institute, 1987Description: xiv, 270 p. : maps, port. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0916808327.Subject(s): Khadduri, Majid, 1908- Diplomats -- Arab countries. Islamic law -- Arab countries. Arab countries -- Politics and government | Middle East -- Foreign relations | Middle East -- Politics and government -- 1945-Online resources: Read it in our collection
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DS 62.8 .L38 1987 (Browse shelf) Available

Includes bibliographical references and index. Contents: The life and work of Majid Khadduri / James Piscatori -- Curriculum vitae and bibliography of Majid Khadduri -- Islamic law and the challenge of modern times / Gamal Moursi Badr -- The legal status of Jerusalem / Henry Cattan -- Saudi Arabia, culture change, and the international legal order / James Piscatori -- Ameen Rihani and the Hijaz-Najd conflict : an abortive peace mission / Hermann Frederick Eilts -- Arab nationalism and the idealist politician : the career of Sulayman al-Baruni / J.E. Peterson -- The intellectual origins and ideas of the Ahali Group / Mudhafar Amin and Edmund Ghareeb -- The communist movements in the Arab world / Tareq Y. Ismael -- The Gilan Soviet revolution, 1920-1921 / George S. Harris -- The 1820 expedition to the Gulf and the decline of British commercial shipping / Stephen R. Grummon.

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