The Middle East Journal
IN THE Summer 2016 ISSUE:
- Local (R)evolutions in Tunisia, 2011–2014: Reconstructing Municipal Political Authority
Frédéric Volpi, Fabio Merone, and Chiara Loschi
- The Tunisian General Labor Union and the Advent of Democracy
Kasper Ly Netterstrøm
- Reassessing Hizbullah's Socioeconomic Policies in Lebanon
- Integrating Shi'a in the Modern Nation-State: Shaykh Muhammad Mahdi Shams al-Din, Hizbullah, and Engagement in Lebanese Politics
- The United States and the 1981 Lebanese Missile Crisis
About The Middle East Journal:
The Middle East Journal is the oldest peer-reviewed publication dedicated solely to the study of the Middle East. First printed in 1947, the Journal continues to present readers with original and objective research and analysis, as well as source material, on the area from Morocco to Pakistan and including Central Asia. The Journal provides the background necessary for an understanding and appreciation of the region’s political and economic development, cultural heritage, and ethnic and religious diversity. Each issue of The Middle East Journal includes:
—Articles written by renowned scholars, foreign policy analysts and area experts. Each article offers unique insights invaluable to the scholar and lay reader alike.
—A Chronology maintained continuously since 1947. Organized by subject and country, the chronology is a reference source without rival.
—Book Reviews that are among the most respected, comprehensive, and up-to-date in the field of Middle Eastern studies. Full-length reviews, as well as annotations of recent publications, permit the serious reader to keep abreast of current literature on the area.
Every subscriber to the Journal receives complimentary access to the electronic version of the Journal. This fully searchable, downloadable version includes access back through 2004.