Winds of Change

Winds of Change

The Challenge of Modernity in the Middle East and North Africa

Edited by Behrooz Sabet and Cyrus Rohani

Contributions by Christopher Buck, Arthur Lyon Dahl, Nazila Ghanea, Ramin Jahanbegloo, Ian Kluge, Shahrzad Sabet, Deborah Clark Vance, Abdul Hamid Al-Ansari and Armin Eschraghi

Published by: Saqi Books

320 pages, 6.00 x 9.20 in

  • Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780863563881
  • Published: March 2020

$35.00

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Recent developments in the Middle East and North Africa have radically destabilised the region, which is beset with rising religious and political tensions, sectarian conflict and terrorism. Though in crisis and suffering from a paralysis of will, the region is also vastly rich in culture, and vital for the stability of the international order. There is an urgent need for an accurate understanding of these complex developments. What does the future hold for this geopolitically critical region?

In this vital, multidisciplinary volume, leading Middle Eastern and Western scholars present constructive, long-term solutions to endemic sociocultural, economic and political issues facing the MENA region – issues that require a fundamental transformation of the current system of values and patterns of thought. They offer expert analysis on critical facets of the region, including globalisation, the environment and sustainability, education, nonviolence, human rights, inter-religious coexistence, Islamic social principles, and Qur’anic ethics.

Enriching our understanding of the contemporary affairs of the MENA region, Winds of Change is essential reading for achieving peace, socio-cultural progress and prosperity in the region.