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Type Title
Print and Media Resources Islamic Arts and National Cultures
Print and Media Resources The Crisis of Masculine Identities in Post Soviet & Post 9-11 Muslim Asia
Print and Media Resources Education and Islamic Legal Subjects in Asia
Print and Media Resources Asian Islam and the Politics of Knowledge
Print and Media Resources Nueba Yol Vol 1 & 3
Print and Media Resources Buyer Be Fair: The Promise of Product Certification
Print and Media Resources Inch's Allah Dimanche
Print and Media Resources Courage & Hope: African Teachers Living Positively With HIV
Print and Media Resources Who Killed the Electric Car?
Print and Media Resources Four Women of Egypt
Print and Media Resources City Life
Print and Media Resources The Unpredictable Present: Insight from Cairo
Print and Media Resources Egypt in Turmoil: Regime Change? Theocracy or Democracy? What will happen next?
Curriculum Materials Is Democracy Possible in the Middle East

Rational: In this lesson, students consider the possibilities of democracy in the Middle East. Students will compare the direction of American foreign policy between the former Bush administration and the current Obama administration. Students will then assess a variety of countries of the Middle East and determine if democracy is possible in this part of the world.

Curriculum Materials Life After Mubarak

Rational: The project is designed to address a real life foreign policy dilemma looming in the Middle East: Egypt after Mubarak. This project will require students to work in teams to research focused topics addressing the range of issues which need to be considered in adjusting the US position on the impending changes in Egypt. The format of the policy scenario is designed to lend an authenticity to the assignment.

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