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Jordan: A Hashemite Legacy Hardcover – Oct 12 2001


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Milton-Edwards (political science, Queen's Univ., Belfast) and Hinchcliffe (Middle Eastern studies, Univ. of Edinburgh) have written an informative introduction and analysis of Jordan for the nonspecialist reader, successfully synthesizing the growing secondary literature on the country..
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A short history of a gutsy little country Jan. 17 2002
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This is an excellent history of a small Middle Eastern Kingdom still linkedin most people's memory to its remarkable King who reigned 47 years: King Hussein of Jordan. Hussein died in 1999 but his indomitable spirit lives on in his son Abdullah. Jordan still has a pivotal role in the Middle East Peace Process and this book describes how tiny little Jordan boxed above its weight in seeking to find peace in a conflict which has bedeviled the region so long. It is a book for the general reader and for the serious student of Middle Eastern politics. I really enjoyed it.


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