The Politics of Mass Violence in the Middle East

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نام کتاب : The Politics of Mass Violence in the Middle East
عنوان ترجمه شده به فارسی : سیاست خشونت توده ای در خاورمیانه
سری : Zones of Violence
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ناشر : Oxford University Press
سال نشر : 2020
تعداد صفحات : 257
ISBN (شابک) : 019882503X , 9780198825036
زبان کتاب : English
فرمت کتاب : pdf
حجم کتاب : 5 مگابایت



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Cover
The Politics of Mass Violence in the Middle East
Copyright
Dedication
Contents
Map
Acknowledgments
Introduction: The “Mashriq” as a Zone of Violence
1: The Late Ottoman Practice of Violence, 1878–1914
Communal relations in the late Ottoman state
Territory, ethnicity, and the Balkan remaking of Ottoman politics
The tanzimat and communal relations in the late Ottoman Mashriq
Constitutional revolution? Violence and the rise of the CUP
Mashriqi reactions to Ottoman revolution
2: The Violence of World War, 1914–1920
Wartime violence and the production of famine
Conscription, violence, and communal consciousness
The Armenian genocide, Ottoman repression, and popular opinion in the Syrian provinces
The invasions: establishing colonial rule
Zionism: the Balfour declaration and its reception
3: Liberal Rhetoric and Colonial Violence, 1920–1939
Partition and occupation
The mandate system and the racialization of international diplomacy
The first wave: colonial violence and anticolonial resistance in Iraq and Syria, 1920
Divide et impera: destroying institutions and imposing sectarianism
Refugees and minorities
The second wave: the Great Syrian Revolt, 1925–27
Mandatory development: oil, money, and the political economy of colonial rule
The third wave: revolt in Palestine
Anti-liberal responses to colonial violence
4: Violence and the Ethnic Nation-State, 1939–1949
1939: the end of an era
The war before the war: militarizing the Yishuv in Palestine
Iraq: war, territoriality, and oil
Syria and Lebanon: violence and the end of empire
State-building and ethnic cleansing in Palestine
5: Militarization and Violence in the Postcolonial State, 1949–1967
Imperial violence redux
Strongman violence: neo-imperial intervention in Syria
Building a state on violence: Israel in the early years
The violence of invasion: Gazan civilians and the Suez crisis
Revolutionary violence, counterrevolutionary violence: Iraq and Lebanon in 1958
The politics of arms in the early Cold War
1967: the violence of occupation
6: Money, Arms, and the New Sectarian Violence, 1967–1988
Ba‘thist violence: secularism and sectarianism in Syria and Iraq
Lebanon as a vector of violence
Mass violence across borders: Syria and Israel
Erasing inconvenient communities, within and across borders
Erasing inconvenient communities: Syria
Inconvenient communities: Iraq and the Anfal
7: Violence and the New Internationalism, 1988–2003
The intifada and the failure of nonviolent protest
Political Islam, religious Zionism: the late emergence of fundamentalist politics in the Mashriq
The neocolonial bargain: the end of the Cold War and therise of “humanita rian” violence
The American invasion of Iraq and the reinvention of empire
Epilogue: The Triumph of Violence in the Middle East
Bibliography
Index




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