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Pensée 3: Political Science and the Middle East

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  14 January 2010

F. Gregory Gause
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Department of Political Science, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt., and, during 2009–10, Kuwait Foundation Visiting Professor of International Affairs, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University; e-mail: gregory.gause@uvm.edu
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Over the past five years, from volume 37, number 1 (February 2005) to volume 41, number 3 (August 2009), IJMES published thirty-seven articles that deal with politics in the contemporary Middle East, broadly understood. This is my count, of course, and others might add or drop some articles. I define contemporary as post World War II and have a relatively expansive definition of politics. My count does not include short features, only full articles.

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