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Dreams and Shadows: The Future of the Middle East (2008)

by Robin B. Wright

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With a solid, thirty-five-year background in Middle East reporting, Ms. Wright offers an extraordinary tour of this volatile and restless region--the ideas and movements driving change across the region, the obstacles facing the transformation of the Middle East, and the players and events in Iraq, Iran, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Morocco, Turkey, the Gulf states, and the Palestinian territories--that translate into a coherent vision of what lies ahead.… (more)
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Excellent book about the pre-Arab Spring Middle East. ( )
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With a solid, thirty-five-year background in Middle East reporting, Ms. Wright offers an extraordinary tour of this volatile and restless region--the ideas and movements driving change across the region, the obstacles facing the transformation of the Middle East, and the players and events in Iraq, Iran, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Morocco, Turkey, the Gulf states, and the Palestinian territories--that translate into a coherent vision of what lies ahead.

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