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From the Publisher"In his new book...Mr. Halliday offers an authoritative analysis of the armed conflict, social upheaval and political economics that formed the background to the attack on America in 2001 and the invasion of Iraq nearly two years later." The Economist
"For the past ten years, I have been teaching a course on international relations of the Middle East, and each year Ihope to find a book that will serve as a thoughtful, provocative, and informed introduction to the topic for bright undergraduate students. Now I think I have found the book with the publication of Fred Halliday's The Middle East in International Relations"
The International History Review, William B. Quandt, University of Virginia
"This book is a rich feast, in its language, opinion, conceptual analysis, and overarching vision."
Middle East Journal
"Of the dozens of scholars who have sought to explain developments in the Middle East since 9/11, few are better equipped for the task than is Fred Halliday."
Douglas Little, The Geographical Reviews