1 edition of Italy & the Middle East found in the catalog.
Italy & the Middle East
|Other titles||Middle East economic digest., Italy and the Middle East.|
|Statement||written and researched by Susan Wood ... [et al.].|
|Series||MEED special report (Oct. 1982), MEED special report|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
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ITALY IN THE MIDDLE EAST. The Italian presence in North Africa loomed large in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Modern Italian dreams of an empire along the southern rim of the Mediterranean long predated the achievement of Italian reunification.
This book examines the motivations behind Italy's policy, the diverse methods it employed and the reasons why Italian efforts ultimately failed. By looking at foreign, colonial, cultural and military policies, Fascist Italy and the Middle East provides a new and challenging interpretation of the ambitions and contradictions of Mussolini's Italy 5/5(3).
An examination of why and how Fascist Italy sought to increase its influence in the Middle East, and why Italian efforts ultimately failed. Offering fresh insights into Fascist Italy's foreign and colonial policies, this book makes an important contribution to the complex history of. Description: An examination of why and how Fascist Italy sought to increase its influence in the Middle East, and why Italian efforts ultimately failed.
Offering fresh insights into Fascist Italy's foreign and colonial policies, this book makes an important contribution to the complex history of relations between Europe and the Arab world. Italy & the Middle East [John Earle] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : John Earle.
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Italy was invaded by the Visigoths in the 5th century, and Rome was sacked by Alaric in The (traditional) last Western Roman Emperor, Romulus Augustus, was deposed in by an Eastern Germanic general, subsequently ruled in Italy for seventeen years as rex gentium, theoretically under the suzerainty of the eastern Roman emperor Zeno, but practically in total.
Italy - Italy - History: The Roman Empire was an international political system in which Italy was only a part, though an important part. When the empire fell, a series of barbarian kingdoms initially ruled the peninsula, but, after the Lombard invasion of –, a network of smaller political entities arose throughout Italy.
How each of these developed—in parallel with the others, out. The Great War & the Middle East, by Johnson, R. (), 1st Printing, ISBN This war is not the end – but the beginning of violence.
It is the forge in which the world will be hammered into new borders and new communities. New molds want to be filled with blood, and power will be wielded with a hard s: 5.
Examining international law through the lens of the Middle East, this insightful study demonstrates the qualitatively different manner in which international law is applied in this region of the world.
Law is intended to produce a just society, but as it is ultimately a social construct that has travelled through a political process, it cannot be divorced from its relationship to power.
The. The Roman Empire was inspired by Greek culture, and Greek culture has been inspired in some aspects by the Middle East. So Middle Eastern culture has had an influence Italian history; but it couldn’t have been otherwise since Middle East is the cr.
The Mediterranean and the Middle East have long constituted an important “circle” in Italy’s foreign policy, with Egypt and Libya playing a particularly important role.
Duringtwo sources of tension emerged in Italy’s relations with these countries. The first reflects a wider European situation. The Middle East in pre-colonial era The decline of the Ottoman Empire Since the emergence of Islam in the Middle East, the inhabitants have happily accepted successive Caliphates and Dynasties (Umayyad, Abbasid, Fatimid, Mamluk and Ottoman) that have allowed a coherent ideological evolution of.
Ethnography in an Iraqi Village. Let me start with one that should be on any list about books on the Middle East. It is Guests of the Sheikh: An Ethnography of an Iraqi Village by Elizabeth Warnock Fernea.
This is one that has stood the test of (at least some) time since it .In 'The War on Error', historian and political analyst Martin Kramer presents a series of case studies, some based on pathfinding research and others on provocative analysis, that correct misinformation clouding the public's understanding of the Middle East.
He also offers a forensic exploration of how misinformation arises and becomes. Yet there are parts of Italy and aspects of its society that are as exotic and unfamiliar as if they came from the Middle or Far East.
Riley What sort of a list of books on Italy would lack.