Saudi Arabia The Coming Storm

Author: Peter W. Wilson
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1315286998
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Some of the best writings on issues involving local government can be found in journals published by the American Society for Public Administration or journals with which ASPA is associated. This volume includes 30 of the most outstanding articles that have been published.

Saudi Arabia

Author: Peter W. Wilson
Publisher: M E Sharpe Incorporated
ISBN: 9781563243950
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Drawing on personal experiences, hundreds of interviews, and unpublished primary sources, veteran journalists Peter Wilson and Douglas Graham examine the challenges confronting the House of Saud in the wake of the war in the Persian Gulf.

Islamic State The Coming Storm

Author: H. Edward Phillips III
Publisher: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1512750301
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Islamic State: The Coming Storm is a critical analysis of the missteps made by the United States and Western Europe in managing and carrying out the war against radical Islam and the ramifications of our nations failure to act in a more forceful manner against this threat. An understanding of our enemy is crucial to the development of a coherent policy to eradicate the threat posed by global jihadists, including the members of the Islamic State. In fighting this new war, the United States must align itself with Russia and its former republics. Difficult choices will need to be made to combat an enemy focused on spreading terror and destabilizing governments in the Middle East and Europe. Unless the United States and its allies look to the historical causes of this conflict, understand and analyze the cultural and religious divide, and root out the genocidal practices of Islamic militants, the world will continually suffer horrific attacks at the hands of these groups. Simply put, terror will be the new norm.

Through The Coming Storm

Author: George Little
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1326633473
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Current world events will soon bring us through the storms that lie ahead into an age of peace. When people consider the state of this present world there is much uncertainty and fear lurking everywhere and in everything, insurmountable problems arisin

Global Security Watch Saudi Arabia

Author: Matthew Gray
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 0313387001
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Examines the causes and consequences of Saudi Arabia's current security policy and the domestic, regional, and international challenges the country's defense program presents to the general welfare of the Middle East. • Explains the role of oil in sustaining the state-society political bargain, and the impact of population on its effectiveness • Links Islam and Islamic extremism to a range of influencing factors, including political pressure, demographic changes, and the role of globalization in fostering more extreme views • Weaves together an analysis of politics, economics, foreign relations, and social change, showing how these all relate to and impact each other and, above all, shape Saudi Arabia's and the Middle East's security environment

The Coming Storm

Author: Bob Reiss
Publisher: Hyperion Books
ISBN:
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Looks at extreme weather phenomena that have become more frequent and powerful over the last few years, from tornadoes and earthquakes to floods and heat waves, predicting a dark forecast for the future.

The Coming Oil Storm

Author: Ron Rhodes
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
ISBN: 0736939636
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Ron Rhodes, a leading scholar on biblical prophecy, reveals how looming tensions over oil factor into end-time global alignments and how they may lead to a dramatic shift in the balance of power in the world. Much of the world's oil is in the custody of unstable and sometimes hostile regimes. Nations around the world are positioning themselves to protect their shrinking piece of the pie of dwindling oil reserves. Global tensions continue to rise. In The Coming Oil Storm Rhodes documents the role of Islam as the religion in control of most of the world's oil reserves and shows convincingly that once Muslims are in possession of the two swords of oil and nuclear weapons, they will feel empowered to act as they wish. Oil could even play a role in the path to Armageddon. The Coming Oil Storm is an essential guide for understanding the state of the world today...and what's yet to come.

Contemporary Saudi Arabia And The Emerging Indo Saudi Relations

Author: Gulshan Dietl
Publisher:
ISBN:
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Saudi Arabia is a unique country at least in three specific details. One it possesses more than a quarter of the global oil reserves has been the largest oil producer for over half a century and is the only producer with a spare production capacity today. Two the holiest Islamic shrines are located in Makkah and Medina placing the country in the epicentre of the Muslim sacred space. Three it is one of the last surviving ruling monarchies and the only one that has named the country after its own family name. Saudi Arabia is worth a scrutiny. The political economic and social situation in the country its foreign policy and Indo-Saudi relations are focused in this book. The authors with different perspectives and on different Subjects have coalesced to put together a volume that is a serious and well-rounded treatment of the theme.

Syria And Saudi Arabia

Author: Sonoko Sunayama
Publisher: I. B. Tauris & Company
ISBN: 9781845113025
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The nature of the relationship between Syria and Saudi Arabia during the oil era poses many questions for the commentators and analysts of inter-Arab politics during this period. Why have these two states pursued mutually conflicting aims in almost every major regional or international foreign policy issue? Why, over the course of the past thirty years, have they often propagated contrasting ideological banners while both acting as though some form of an alignment existed between them? Here Sonoko Sunayama explores the apparent paradox behind this longstanding relationship and argues that what ultimately makes Saudis and Syrians so indispensable to each other is the perception and the historical appeal of 'shared identities', be they Arabism or Islam.