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Frommer's Dubai and Abu Dhabi Day by Day

  Frommer's Dubai & Abu Dhabi Day by Day is a full-color, practical, accessible book for sophisticated travelers who want to make the most of their stay. This guidebook helps visitor plan special-interest tours in Dubai, Arabian heritage, spas, and more as well as day trips to Sharjah, Al Ain, and Hatta. The handbook provides star-ratings for hotels, restaurants, and attractions as well as information on shopping, nightlife, and more. This valuable guide includes recommended itineraries and detailed bulleted maps, offering a unique experience of Dubai and Abu Dhabi.


The Night Counter

  Raised in Chicago, ALIA YUNIS has worked as a journalist and filmmaker in Los Angeles and the Middle East. Currently a professor of communications at Zayed University in Abu Dhabi, Yunis is a PEN Emerging Voices fellow. This is her first novel.From the Hardcover edition.


United Arab Emirates: A Country Study

  THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES (UAE) in 1993 was a federation of seven separate amirates that had joined together in the winter of 1971-72 to form a single independent country. The new nation was created out of the British dependencies that had been known as the Trucial Coast states (also seen as Trucial Oman or Oman Coast) since 1853 when Britain and the local rulers signed the Treaty of Maritime Peace in Perpetuity, an agreement that ceded to London responsibility for foreign affairs. The individual amirates of the UAE include Abu Dhabi (also seen as Abu Zaby), Ajman, Al Fujayrah, Dubayy (also seen as Dubai), Ras al Khaymah, Sharjah (also seen as Ash Shariqah), and Umm al Qaywayn.


Community, Identity and the State

  The studies in this volume originated in an international conference on 'Community, Identity and the State' held at Tel Aviv University in 2001. The first two chapters examine whether modernization, Westernization and democratization are identical, and whether democracy is connected to a certain, specific type of social structure. The third examines similarities in the political, economic and social development of 'Second World' and 'Third World' countries, while the fourth discusses the relationship between criminal and 'normal' structures in Russian society. Subsequent chapters focus on nationalism, using case studies from Argentina, Syria and Morocco, on the 'Ulama and national movements in the Middle East, on Islamic nationalism in Iran and on the discourse between pan-Africanism and Islam. The final two chapters examine the effects on tribal politics of the exploitation of oil in Abu Dhabi, and the problem of the Kurds in northern Iraq.

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