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Culture, history, and ideology in the formation of Ba thist Iraq, 1968-89

by Amatzia Baram

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Published by St. Martin"s Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nationalism -- Iraq.,
  • Iraq -- Politics and government.,
  • Iraq -- Cultural policy.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementAmatzia Baram.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS79.65
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii,196p.,[28]p. of plates :
    Number of Pages196
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21258135M
    ISBN 10031204805X

    This past May, The Middle East Journal published my review of Amatzia Baram's Saddam Husayn and Iraq, Ba'this Iraq from Secularism to Faith. While I found much to commend in Baram's study, he and I disagree on the role of ideology in Saddam Husayn's decision-making process and .   Culture, history & ideology in the formation of Ba‘thist Iraq, –89, New York, NY: St Martin's Press. [Google Scholar], p. ). This, however, was a practice the Ba‘th had employed previously as well. In , it expelled s people from the Fayli community, a heterodox Kurdish group that practice a Shi‘i by: 1.

    Amatzia Baram, Professor of Middle Eastern History and Director of the Center for Iraq Studies, University of Haifa, and author of, among other books, Culture, History, and Ideology in the Formation of Ba’thist Iraq: – and Saddam Husayn and Islam 1) "The research is excellent, the writing is engaging. Faust is particularly good at 5/5(2). The Ba'th Party came to power in and remained for thirty-five years, until the US invasion. Under the leadership of Saddam Hussein, who became president of Iraq in , a powerful authoritarian regime was created based on a system of violence and an extraordinary surveillance network, as well as reward schemes and incentives for supporters of the by:

    Culture, History, and Ideology in the Formation of Ba'thist Iraq, really liked it avg rating — 4 ratings — published — 2 editions/5.   (Musings On Iraq book review Culture, History & Ideology in the Formation of Ba’thist Iraq, ) Syria closed Iraqi pipeline to Mediterranean to help Iran in war Cut Iraq .


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Culture, history, and ideology in the formation of Ba thist Iraq, 1968-89 by Amatzia Baram Download PDF EPUB FB2

Culture, History & Ideology in the Formation of Ba’thist Iraq is a very short and concise history of the Baath Party’s move away from pan-Arabism to a new form of Iraqi nationalism that occurred after it took power for the second by: In this book, an innovative approach to the study of ideology in the Arab world explores how, through culture and the re-interpretation of history, a powerful totalitarian regime has endeavoured to ce Culture, History and Ideology in the Formation of Ba‘thist Iraq, –89 | SpringerLink Skip to main content Skip to table of contents.

In this book, an innovative approach to the study of ideology in the Arab world explores how, through culture and the re-interpretation of history, a powerful totalitarian regime has endeavoured to cement internal unity among Iraq's diverse ethnic and religious communities.

The book analyzes Culture. Culture, History and Ideology in the Formation of Ba'thist Iraq, | Amatzia Baram | Palgrave. Culture, History, and Ideology in the Formation of Ba'thist Iraq, This book explores how, to complement severe repression and economic incentives, culture and the reinterpretation of history have been used by the Ba'th regime in its quest to impose its rule, back its foreign adventures and cement national unity among Iraq's diverse ethnic and religious communities, 4/5.

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For general background to the issues of cultural and. Honor and Shame: Women in Modern Iraq, Baram, Amatzia. Culture, History, and Ideology in the Formation of Ba'thist Iraq, –89, Calabrese, John, ed.

The Future of Iraq, CARDRI (Committee Against Repression and for Democratic Rights in Iraq). Saddam's Iraq: Revolution or Reaction?, This book is about the metamorphosis of national ideology in Ba'thist Iraq.

By ideology the reference is to a very broad sense of the term, closer to a collection of political proposals somewhat intellectualistic than to a comprehensive world view or an interpretation of history fully, systematically and rigorously thought out, presented and elaborated.

Culture, History & Ideology in the Formation of Ba’thist Iraq is a very short and concise history of the Baath Party’s move away from pan-Arabism to a new form of Iraqi nationalism that occurred after it took power for the second time. The Baath originally pushed a radical and revolutionary ideology of overthrowing Arab regimes and championed the Palestinians against Israel.

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Culture, History and Ideology in the Formation of Ba'thist Iraq, –89 by Amatzia Baram. Martin's, pp., $ in his book Republic of Fear,1 published an impassioned account of how Iraqi politics came to terminate in the absolute rule of the Baath party and its leader.

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Fernea & Wm. Roger Louis, "The Iraqi revolution of the old social classes revisited"; Oles M. Smolansky & Bettie M. Smolansky, "the USSR and Iraq: the Soviet quest for influence"; Eberhard Kienle, "Ba Author: Fred Halliday.

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Fernea, Wm. Roger Louis; The USSR and Iraq. The Soviet Quest for Influence by Oles M. Smolansky, Bettie M. Smolansky; Ba'th v Ba'th.The article particularly focuses on the developments of Pan-Arabism in Iraq and the formation of an Iraqi nationalist ideology under the Republic and the Ba'ath : D Gershon Lewental.