New PDF release: Bahrain from the Twentieth Century to the Arab Spring

By M. Joyce

An exploration of the trendy heritage of Bahrain and its diplomacy, Joyce investigates the country's relatives with the united states, the united kingdom, Saudi Arabia, Iran, and the USSR. putting cutting-edge occasions in context, she covers the background of hysteria among Sunni and Shia Bahrainis and concludes with the still-unfolding occasions of the Arab spring.

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