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Saudi Arabia and Iran
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Preface to the New Edition Preface to the Paperback Edition Acknowledgements Maps The Middle East Iran Saudi Arabia Introduction 1. The Middle East in International Relations 2. Arabian Gulf vs Persian Gulf 3. History, Politics and Narratives of State-Building 4. Religious Incongruence 5. Ethno-Tribal Incongruence 6. The Response of the State 7. Internal-External Security Dilemmas Conclusions Notes Bibliography Index

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Updated edition of a unique work surveying the relationship between two of the Middle East's biggest rivals

About the Author

Simon Mabon is Senior Lecturer in International Relations in the Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion at Lancaster University, UK and a research associate with the Foreign Policy Centre. He holds a PhD in International Relations from the University of Leeds.

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'This book is essential reading for any informed understanding of a relationship whose scope and dynamic will likely shape the political and strategic landscape of the Middle East in the years ahead.' -- Clive Jones, Professor of Regional Security, Durham University
'An impressive work that leaves the reader with a strong and nuanced understanding of the rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran, and how it affects the internal and foreign policies of both nations... As diplomacy continues between Iran and the P-5+1, diplomats would do themselves a service by picking up Mabon's book.' -- Stephen McGlinchey * e-International Relations *

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