Summer 2019 Issue

  • The First Intifada, Settler Colonialism, and 21st Century Prospects for Collective Resistance
    by Nadia Naser-Najjab and Ghassan Khatib

  • Palestinian Women Teachers in East Jerusalem: Layers of Discrimination in the Labor Market
    by Rawan Asali Nuseibeh

  • Smokescreen Diplomacy: Excluding the Palestinians by Self-Rule
    by Jørgen Jensehaugen (Peace Research Institute Oslo)

  • A Political-Economic History of Jordan's General Intelligence Directorate: Authoritarian State-Building and Fiscal Crisis
    by Pete W. Moore (Case Western Reserve University)

  • The Politics of Development and Security in Iran's Border Provinces
    by Eric Lob (Florida International University) and Nader Habibi (Brandeis University)

  • Chronology: October 16, 2018–January 15, 2019

  • Book Reviews

  • Recent Publications

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The Middle East Journal is the oldest peer-reviewed publication dedicated solely to the study of the Middle East. First printed in 1947, the Journal continues to present readers with original and objective research and analysis, as well as source material, on the area from Morocco to Pakistan and including Central Asia.

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