Routledge handbook of Mediterranean politics

W ramach uzupełnienia zasobu literatury ENP do kolekcji książek trafia kolejny handbook, a mianowicie Routledge handbook of Mediterranean politics / edited by Richard Gillespie and Frédéric Volpi. London ; New York : Routledge, 2018. xv, 416 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. Routledge handbooks, ISBN 9781138903982 (hbk), 9781315696577 (ebk) [43815]. Informacje dodatkowe na stronie wydawnictwa, a poniżej szczegółowy spis treści i informacje z obwoluty.

Contents: Introduction : the growing international relevance of Mediterranean politics / Richard Gillespie, Frederick Volpi -- The historical construction of the Mediterranean / Dominic Fenech, Michelle Pace -- Historical/geopolitical turning points in the modern Mediterranean : cold war, post cold-war and Arab Spring / Francesco Cavatorta -- Regionalism and the Mediterranean : long history, odd partners / Federica Bicchi -- Securing the Mediterranean, inventing the "Middle East" / Pinar Bilgin -- From imperialism to failed liberal peace : how Europe contributed to MENA's failing states system and how MENA blowback threatens Europe / Raymond Hinnebusch -- A new era in Euro-Mediterranean relations / Richard Youngs -- EU member states' representation and positioning and the north-south divide in Euro-Mediterranean affairs / Tobias Schumacher -- The north-south divide : southern perceptions of the Mediterranean / Yahia Zoubir -- US outlook on the Mediterranean / Katerina Dalacoura -- Israeli regional perspectives and the Mediterranean / Daniela Huber -- Turkish regional perspectives and the Mediterranean / Bill Park -- The Mediterranean observes the world, the world observes the Mediterranean : conflict and peace in the Mediterranean / Stephan Stetter -- Military and politics in the Mediterranean / Aurel Croissant, Tanja Eschenauer -- Stalled conflicts in the Mediterranean / Neophytos Loizides -- Insurgencies, terrorism, and political violence in the Mediterranean region / Krista E. Wiegand -- Do regional organizations contribute to security? : perspectives on Euro-Mediterranean cooperation / Niklas Bremberg -- Regime resilience and the Arab uprisings in the Southern Mediterranean : four emerging approaches for explaining authoritarian persistence / Matt Buehler, Amnah Ibraheem -- Beyond state and market : developmental strategies in the Arab world / Amr Adly -- The political economy of energy in the Mediterranean / Gonzalo Escribano -- Globalization and the Mediterranean / Patrick Holden -- Minding development gaps in EU Mediterranean policies : a variegated neo-liberalization thesis? / Karim Knio -- Climate change, environmental degradation and renewable energy / Michael Mason -- Politics and tourism in the Mediterranean region / Raoul Bianchi, Tom Selwyn -- Debates on civil society in the Mediterranean / Benoit Challand -- Transnational advocacy networks and human rights activism / Laura Feliu -- Islamist movements in the Mediterranean : modernist Islam, Islamism, and Salafism / Roel Meijer -- Women's movements within Euro-Mediterranean politics : necessity of going beyond "the Arab woman" / Ali Bilgic -- Youth activism and protest around the Mediterranean / Emma C. Murphy -- New media, activism, and the transformative Arab political landscape / Sahar Khamis -- Digital communications and social networks : co-evolution of digital activism and repression during the Arab uprisings / Ben Wagner -- Mediterranean migrants and refugees : historical and political continuities and discontinuities / Sarah Wolff, Leila Hadj-Abdou -- Intercultural dialogue across the Mediterranean troubled waters : challenges to the Anna Lindh Foundation / Stefania Panebianco.

Book Jacket: "The Mediterranean space, defined by a major sea, a large number of littoral countries and to some extent their hinterlands, is at the same time an interface between Europe, Africa and Asia. This brings complex challenges in terms of achieving peace and stability. Recently it has received intense international attention through the internal destructiveness and spill-over from conflicts, primarily those waged in Libya, Syria and, more remotely, Iraq. This Handbook provides an overview of the political processes that shape the Mediterranean region in the contemporary context. It explores the issues of crucial importance to Mediterranean dynamics through a series of analytical sections that guide the reader towards a comprehensive understanding of the main regional interactions and trends. -- The Handbook explores: -- the complex historical formation of the contemporary Mediterranean geopolitical perspectives -- issues around peace and conflict -- the political economy of the region -- the role of non-state actors and social movements -- societal and cultural trends. -- The wide range of contributions from many of the leading academic experts on the region offers not only insights into the debates and processes that structure each theme, but also key pointers for a more general understanding of how distinct political, economic, social and cultural dynamics interact across the region. It will therefore be a key resource for policy-makers and students and scholars of Mediterranean politics and international relations."--PUBLISHER'S NOTE.