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Urban Violence in the Middle East: Changing Cityscapes in the Transition from Empire to Nation State
Volume: 3 Issue: 9
Damian Doyle, MA
Australian National University
This impressive edited volume sets itself two ambitious goals: to provide a detailed analysis of a selection of historical instances of urban violence, and to make a theoretical contribution that can deepen our understanding of more recent events, such as Iran’s Green Movement and the diverse protests and conflicts of the Arab Spring. Each of its eleven chapters convincingly satisfies the first aim, and most achieve the second. The product of a collaborative research project,…
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