||The Middle East in early Islamic history -- Islamic Civilization : The Classical Era -- Ottoman and Safavid Empires -- The Middle East and Early Modern Europe -- From "New Order" to "Re-Ordering" : The Tanzimat -- Indirect European Influence in the Middle East -- Responses to Increased European Presence -- Experiments in Popular Sovereignty -- World War I : The Last Ottoman War -- Redefining the Middle East -- Birth of New Nations -- Making New Nations from Imperial Regions -- World War II and Its Aftermath -- War Over Israel/Palestine -- Impact of the 1948 War -- Six-Day War -- Turkey and Iran after World War II -- From Six-Day War to October War -- Arab Middle East in the 1970s -- Revolution in Iran, Saddam, and the Iran-Iraq War -- Middle East at the End of the Cold War, 1979-93 -- The Middle East after the Cold War -- The Middle East in World History after September 11.
||The Middle East in Modern World History examines how global trends over the last 200 years have shaped the Middle East and how these trends were affected by the region's development. This edition extends coverage to the present day and includes more thematic and interpretive discussion on the impact of global migration and the evolution of the roles of women. It also provides more theoretical insights into current historical research and recent developments in the region. Clearly written and supported by maps, images, discussion questions, further reading, a chronology and glossary, it is the ideal textbook for all students of the history of the modern Middle East within a global context.
|Issued in other form||Online version: Tucker, Ernest, 1961- author. Middle East in modern world history Second edition. New York, NY : Routledge, 2019 9781351031707|
|ISBN||9781138491908 (hardback : alk. paper)|