Arab World (tagged articles)
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Awareness of Emirati Women's Economic Roles Before the Oil Boom: Changing Perceptions of Gender Roles?
Rana AlMutawa - In the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states in general, women played an important economic role in the pre-oil era (before the 1960s) in addition to their “traditional” domestic role. Fatima Al-Sayegh states that women... Keep Reading »
Audrey Cleaver-Bartholomew - It is a common misperception that Islamist organizations are men’s groups. Some, like the Muslim Brotherhood, even involve specifically gendered names, or include other references to “brothers” and “brotherhood.” Beyond exclusive language... Keep Reading »
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Renee S. Grozelle - Violence against women has recently become well recognized as a violation of human rights that holds worldwide significance. Unfortunately, violence against women outside of North America has gone largely unnoticed among the academic community and the media. Algerian... Keep Reading »
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Examining the Image of the United States in the Arab World and the Relationship with Israel During the Obama Administration
Alexandra M. Quinn - For a country approximately the size of New Jersey, Israel certainly garners its share of widespread international attention. It is scrutinized, dissected, and more often than not, demonized under the microscope of the global media. In spite of volatile relations with... Keep Reading »
Hamad R. Hamad - In his book The Shia Revival: How Conflicts within Islam Will Shape the Future (2006), Vali Nasr addresses an issue that is gaining increased importance in the contemporary coverage of global Islam: Sunni-Shia relations. Vali Nasr is a widely respected scholar who... Keep Reading »
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