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A Teaching Topic in Intergovernmental and Global Context

Approaches to National Strategy: Middle East and Africa

This teaching topic examines the strategy and planning preoccupations of Israel and Iran, and examines an argument for an intergovernmental union among the states of the region. 

Recommended Reading (University of Toronto PPG-2008)

Shoamanesh, Sam Sasan, "The Case for a Union" (Global Brief, Winter 2010) at http://globalbrief.ca/blog/2010/02/19/the-case-for-a-union/ (accessed 23 February 2013).

Tal, David and Rahnema, Saeed, "Israel Reacts to the Arab Spring" Global Brief (Spring/Summer 2012) at http://globalbrief.ca/blog/2012/06/07/proposition-the-arab-spring-is-on-balance-a-major-strategic-problem-for-israel/ (accessed 23 February 2013). 

Porter, Gareth, "Understanding Iran’s Diplomatic Strategy" Al Jazeera (April 27, 2012) at http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2012/04/2012422833676280.html 

Government of Tanzania, "National Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty" (June 2005) at http://www.tanzania.go.tz/nsgrf.html (accessed 23 February 2013).

Source: University of Toronto PPG 2008 Syllabus, 2013.

Page created by: Ian Clark, last updated 23 February 2013.


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