Published August 27, 2004
by Lucent Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||112|
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Human rights situation in the Middle East (ME) is a central concern in contemporary political as well as academic discourses. There is a considerable amount of literature on the subject, both academic and journalistic, in the Western world. A large part of that literature blames the ME in different ways for its ‘terrible’ conception and treatment of human rights norms. For decades the United States has backed Middle Eastern dictatorships in the name of “stability.” But as recent years have shown repression-created stability is illusory. To push back against the destructive impact of brutal regimes that disregard human rights and to defeat violent extremists who exploit sectarian tensions and popular grievances to fuel conflict and unrest, the United. conflict had led to an increase in the number of Palestinian refugees who were living in the crowded refugee camps of Lebanon. The West Bank, the Gaza Strip, and Syria’s Golan Heights had all been taken. The map of the Middle East had again been changed, as Israel swallowed up additional territory. 4. "The future of human rights in the Middle East is among the most important subjects facing policy makers and concerned citizens alike. This collection of essays provides a good starting point for improved understanding of this crucial subject. The reader comes away with greater knowledge of the key issues selected for examination."Reviews: 1.
The Women and Human Rights in the Middle East Program at Rice University’s Baker Institute aims to increase awareness of major issues of concern to Middle Eastern women and to advance their socioeconomic roles through innovative research, substantive policy . East resists. A "new Middle East" does exist in places, but there is still an "old Middle East" of tradition. The gaps between them have been filled with dictatorship, xenophobia, and fundamental ism. In some places in the Middle East, secular culture flourishes. The Middle East is often portrayed as an outlier when it comes to human rights, but rights are an important part of the political, diplomatic, and social fabric of the region. Popular movements for independence, equality for women, and protections for workers have deep roots in the region. Middle East Conflict: Primary Sources (Middle East Conflict Reference Library) [ 1 edition ] U.S. Involvement in the Middle East (Lucent Library of Conflict in the Middle East) The Middle East (Lucent Library of Conflict in the Middle East) [ Library Binding edition ] Countries of the Middle East (World in Conflict-the Middle East) Human Rights.