By Ewan W. Anderson, Liam D. Anderson
The center East is a massive concentration of global curiosity. This atlas offers obtainable, concisely written entries at the most vital present concerns within the center East, combining maps with their geopolitical historical past. supplying a transparent context for research of key matters, it contains heritage themes, the location of the center East on the planet and profiles of the constituent nations. good points contain: sincerely and thematically prepared sections protecting the ongoing significance of the center East, the heritage, primary matters, the states and the the most important concerns on the topic of the world unique maps built-in into the textual content, putting foreign matters and conflicts of their geographical contexts case experiences and special research of every kingdom, entire with correct information and key proof assurance of basic concerns comparable to: water scarcity the petroleum undefined conflicts and boundary concerns a entire extra analyzing part, allowing scholars to hide the subject in additional intensity. A important advent to undergraduate scholars of political technological know-how and heart East reports and designed as a major instructing reduction for classes with regards to the center East within the components of politics, heritage, geography, economics and army reports, this booklet can be a very good reference resource for libraries and an individual drawn to those fields.
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Surely most of us who are academics spend a larger proportion of our time during the academic year working with students than working on our research. Why then are professional meetings so overwhelmingly focused on the presentation of research results, to the neglect of teaching and learning concerns? Perhaps the Economic Geography Specialty Group (EGSG) within the Association of American Geographers (AAG) (and similar interest groups in other national organizations) could stimulate interest in, and debate about, what we teach and how we teach; perhaps the EGSG could also coordinate a sustained exchange of ideas and materials among teachers of economic geography at the college and even the high-school level.
An Atlas of Middle Eastern Affairs by Ewan W. Anderson, Liam D. Anderson