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This edited volume compares the internal dimension, politics and society in Kurdistan-Iraq and Palestine. In particular, it focuses on internal processes in Kurdistan-Iraq and Palestine (Palestinian Territory of the West Bank and Gaza Strip) in their specific shaping, development and transformation. The contributing authors analyze the transformation processes of the internal power structures, the economic basics, and the civil societies and provide an overview of the current political, economic and societal situation and challenges in both regions. The book presents the similarities and…mehr

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This edited volume compares the internal dimension, politics and society in Kurdistan-Iraq and Palestine. In particular, it focuses on internal processes in Kurdistan-Iraq and Palestine (Palestinian Territory of the West Bank and Gaza Strip) in their specific shaping, development and transformation. The contributing authors analyze the transformation processes of the internal power structures, the economic basics, and the civil societies and provide an overview of the current political, economic and societal situation and challenges in both regions. The book presents the similarities and differences between both de facto states with regard to a set of guidelines: legitimacy, power relations, transformation of politics and society. It provides empirical explanations and contributes to a better understanding of both de facto states.

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Erscheinungstermin: 23.03.2017
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781137601810
  • Artikelnr.: 53033653
Autorenporträt
Gülistan Gürbey is Adjunct Professor of Political Science, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany.

Sabine Hofmann is Researcher and Lecturer at the Center for North Africa and Middle Eastern Politics, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, and the Center for Near and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Marburg, Germany.

Ferhad Ibrahim Seyder is Professor of Political Science at the Center for Kurdish Studies, University of Erfurt, Germany.
Inhaltsangabe
Introduction Conceptualizing De Facto Statehood of Kurdistan-Iraq and Palestine Gülistan Gürbey/Sabine Hofmann/Ferhad Ibrahim Seyder

Part I Historical Background and Turning Points
1. The Iraqi Kurds: Historical backgrounds of a non-state nation Ferhad Ibrahim Seyder
2. Historical Background of the State-Building Process in Palestine As'ad Ghanem

Part II Political System and Internal Power Structure
3. The Evolution of the Political System of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq Gareth Stansfield
4. The (Quasi) Political System of Palestine Ghada AlMadbouh

Part III Economic Fundamentals and Challenges
5. The Economic System(s) of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Iraq Sardar Aziz
6. What is the "Palestinian Economy"? Raja Khalidi

Part IV Civil Society and "State"
7. The Reality of Civil Society in Kurdistan Region Murad Hakeem
8. Civil Society in Palestine Samir Awad

Part V Foreign Relations: Examples
9. The United States and the Kurds of Iraq: Strange Allies David Romano/Hussein Rikar Kh. Hussein/Stephen Rowe
10. Palestinian Diplomacy: Past and Present Mkhaimar Abusada

Conclusions Gülistan Gürbey/Sabine Hofmann/Ferhad Ibrahim Seyder
11. Understanding Kurdistan-Iraq and Palestine: Comparative Features, Similarities and Differences
12. Reflections of Statehood in the Middle East
Chronology
Kurdistan-Iraq Müzehher Selcuk
Palestine Silvia Nicola
Fact Sheets Kurdistan Palestine
List of Contributors