1. List of Journals 

 

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT REVIEW, June 2015 (Vol. 27, No. 2)

ALTERNATIVES: GLOBAL, LOCAL, POLITICAL, February 2015 (Vol. 40, No. 1)

L’ANNÉE DU MAGHREB (No. 11, 2014-II)

BRITISH JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY, July 2015 (Vol. 55, No. 4)

COMPARATIVE EDUCATION REVIEW, May 2015 (Vol. 59, No. 2)

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT AND PEACE SCIENCE, April 2015 (Vol. 32, No. 2)

COOPERATION AND CONFLICT, June 2015 (Vol. 50, No. 2)

DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE, May 2015 (Vol. 46, No. 3)

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CULTURAL STUDIES, June 2015 (Vol. 18, No. 3)

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL THEORY, July 2015 (Vol. 14, No. 3)

THE EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, June 2015 (Vol. 25, No. 3)

INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION GAZETTE, June 2015 (Vol. 77, No. 4)

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF URBAN AND REGIONAL RESEARCH, March 2015 (Vol. 39, No. 2)

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, June 2015 (Vol. 29, No. 2)

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES REVIEW, June 2015 (Vol. 17, No. 2)

IRANIAN STUDIES, (Vol. 48, No. 2)

IRANIAN STUDIES, (Vol. 48, No. 3)

IRANIAN STUDIES, (Vol. 48, No. 4)

ISLAM AND CHRISTIAN-MUSLIM RELATIONS, (Vol. 26, No. 2, 2015)

JOURNAL OF CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY, July 2015 (Vol. 46, No. 6)

JOURNAL OF DEVELOPING AREAS, Spring 2015 (Vol. 49, No. 2)

JOURNAL OF EUROPEAN STUDIES, June 2015 (Vol. 45, No. 2)

JOURNAL OF FAMILY ISSUES, June 2015 (Vol. 36, No. 8)

JOURNAL OF ISLAMIC STUDIES, May 2015 (Vol. 26, No. 2)

THE JOURNAL OF MODERN HISTORY, June 2015 (Vol. 87, No. 2)

JOURNAL OF PALESTINE STUDIES, Spring 2015 (Vol. 44, No. 3)

JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH, May 2015 (Vol. 52, No. 3)

JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL ANTHROPOLIGICAL INSTITUTE, May 2015 (Vol. 21, No. S1)

JOURNAL OF SOUTH ASIAN AND MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES, Spring 2015 (Vol. 38, No. 3)

JOURNAL OF URBAN HISTORY, July 2015 (Vol. 41, No. 4)

LAW & SOCIETY REVIEW, June 2015 (Vol. 49, No. 2)

THE LEVANTINE REVIEW, (Vol. 4, No. 1, 2015)

LONDON REVIEW OF BOOKS, May 2015 (Vol. 37, No. 10)

MERIP, Spring 2015 (Vol. 45, No. 274)

MIDDLE EAST POLICY, Summer 2015 (Vol. 22, No. 2)

MILITARY TECHNOLOGY, (Vol. 39, No. 5, 2015)

THE MUSLIM WORLD, July 2015 (Vol. 105, No. 3)

NATIONS AND NATIONALISM, July 2015 (Vol. 21, No. 3)

PAST & PRESENT, May 2015 (Vol. 227, No. 1)

THESIS ELEVEN, June 2015 (Vol. 128, No. 1)

THE WORLD ECONOMY, June 2015 (Vol. 38, No. 6)

 

2. Articles from Journals

 

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT REVIEW, June 2015 (Vol. 27, No. 2)

Khaled Chnaina and Farid Makhlouf, “Impact des Transferts de Fonds sur le Taux de Change Réel Effectif en Tunisie” [145-160]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

ALTERNATIVES: GLOBAL, LOCAL, POLITICAL, February 2015

(Vol. 40, No. 1)

Tina Grandinetti, “The Palestinian Middle Class in Rawabi: Depoliticizing the Occupation” [63-78]

 

L’ANNÉE DU MAGHREB (No. 11, 2014-II)

<<Special Issue: Routes migratoires africaines et dynamiques religieuses>>

Sophie Bava et Katia Boissevain, “Dieu, les migrants et les États: Nouvelles productions religieuses de la migration” [7-18]

Martin Zellinger, “Christian Modernizations: Circulating Media Practices of the Mission along the Nile” [19-36]

Sophie Bava, “Al Azhar, scène renouvelée de l’imaginaire religieux sur les routes de la migration africaine au Caire” [37-56]

Sylvie Bredeloup, “Étudiants arabophones de retour à Ouagadougou cherchent désespérément reconnaissance” [57-80]

Bernard Coyault, “L’africanisation de l’Église évangélique au Maroc: Revitalisation d’une institution religieuse et dynamiques d’individualisation” [81-104]

Katia Boissevain, “Migrer et réveiller les églises: Diversification des cultes chrèties en Tunisie” [105-122]

Julie Picard, “Routes africaines vers le Caire et dynamiques chrétiennes plurielles” [123-138]

Johara Berriane, “Intégration symbolique à Fès et ancrages sur l’ailleurs: Les Africains subsahariens et leur rapport à la zaouïa d’Ahmad al-Tijânî” [139-156]

Nazarena Lanza, “Pèleriner, faire du commerce et visiter les lieux saints: Le tourisme religieux sénégalais au Maroc” [157-172]

Julie Robin, “Entre Église catholique, bailleur européen et Gouvernement marocain, l’action de Caritas Maroc auprès des migrants subsahariens” [173-194]

Fatiha Kaoues, “Réfugiés et migrants dans les églises protestantes évangéliques libanaises: Recompositions identitaires et enjeux sociaux” [195-214]

 

BRITISH JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY, July 2015 (Vol. 55, No. 4)

Paul Joosse, Sandra M. Bucerius and Sara K. Thompson, “Narratives and Counternarratives:  Somali-Canadians on Recruitment as Foreign Fighters to Al-Shabaab” [811-832]

http://bjc.oxfordjournals.org

 

COMPARATIVE EDUCATION REVIEW, May 2015 (Vol. 59, No. 2)

Amita Chudgar, “Association between Contract Teachers and Student Learning in Five Francophone African Countries” [261-288]

Fanny D’Hondt, Lore Van Praag, Peter A. J. Stevens and Mieke Van Houtte, “Do Attitudes toward School Influence the Underachievement of Turkish and Moroccan Minority Students in Flanders? The Attitude-Achievement Paradox Revisited” [332-354]

 

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT AND PEACE SCIENCE, April 2015

(Vol. 32, No. 2)

Michael Tiernay, “Which Comes First? Unpacking the Relationship between Peace Agreements and Peacekeeping Missions” [135-152]

Alexander De Juan and Jan H. Pierskalla, “Manpower to Coerce and Co-Opt – State Capacity and Political Violence in Southern Sudan 2006-2010” [175-199]

http://cmp.sagepub.com

 

COOPERATION AND CONFLICT, June 2015 (Vol. 50, No. 2)

Peter Viggo Jakobsen and Jens Ringsmose, “In Denmark, Afghanistan is Worth Dying for: How Public Support for the War was Maintained in the Face of Mounting Casualties and Elusive Success” [211-227]

Javier Argomaniz, “European Union Responses to Terrorist Use of Internet” [250-268]

http://cac.sagepub.com

 

DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE, May 2015 (Vol. 46, No. 3)

Marit Tolo Østebø, “Translations of Gender Equality among Rural Arsi Oromo in Ethiopia” [442-463]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CULTURAL STUDIES, June 2015

(Vol. 18, No. 3)

Zeynep K. Korkman, “Fortunes for Sale: Cultural Politics and Commodification of Culture in Millennial Turkey” [319-338]

http://ecs.sagepub.com

 

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL THEORY, July 2015 (Vol. 14, No. 3)

Sune Lægaard, “Multiculturalism and Contextualism: How is Context Relevant for Political Theory?” [259-276]

Anna Elisabetta Galeotti, “Autonomy and Cultural Practices: The Risk of Double Standards” [277-296]

Eoin Daly, “Ostentation and Republican Civility: Notes from the French Face-Veiling Debates” [297-319]

http://ept.sagepub.com

 

THE EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, June 2015

(Vol. 25, No. 3)

Aydın Şekercan, Majda Lamkaddem, Marieke B. Snijder, Ron J.G. Peters and Marie-Louise Essink-Bot, “Healthcare Consumption by Ethnic Minority People in Their Country of Origin” [384-390]

http://eurpub.oxfordjournals.org

 

INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION GAZETTE, June 2015

(Vol. 77, No. 4)

Kirsten Mogensen, “International Trust and Public Diplomacy” [315-336]

Meghan Sobel, “Female Genital Cutting in the News Media: A Content Analysis” [384-405]

http://gaz.sagepub.com

 

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF URBAN AND REGIONAL RESEARCH, March 2015 (Vol. 39, No. 2)

Nasser Abourahme, “Assembling and Spilling-Over: Towards an ‘Ethnography of Cement’ in a Palestinian Refugee Camp” [200-217]

Mine Eder and Özlem Öz, “Neoliberalization of Istanbul’s Nightlife: Beer or Champagne?” [284-304]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, June 2015 (Vol. 29, No. 2)

Ali Bilgic, “’We Are Not Barbarians’: Gender Politics and Turkey’s Quest for the West” [198-218]

http://ire.sagepub.com

 

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES REVIEW, June 2015 (Vol. 17, No. 2)

Ilai Z. Saltzman, “Honor as Foreign Policy: The Case of Israel, Turkey, and the Mavi Marmara” [249-273]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

IRANIAN STUDIES, (Vol. 48, No. 2)

Maziyar Ghiabi, “Drugs and Revolution in Iran: Islamic Devotion, Revolutionary Zeal and Republican Means” [139-163]

Nile Green, “From the Silk Road to the Railroad (and Back): The Means and Meanings of the Iranian Encounter with China” [165-192]

Arash Reisinezhad, “The Iranian Green Movement: Fragmented Collective Action and Fragile Collective Identity” [193-222]

James Bradford, “Drug Control in Afghanistan: Culture, Politics, and Power During the 1958 Prohibition of Opium in Badakhshan” [223-248]

Ali Anooshahr, “The Rise of the Safavids According to their Old Veterans: Amini Haravi’s Futuhat-e Shahi” [249-267]

Camron Michael Amin, “The Press and Public Diplomacy in Iran, 1820-1940” [269-287]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

IRANIAN STUDIES, (Vol. 48, No. 3, 2015)

<<Special Issue: The Shahnameh of Ferdowsi as World Literature>>

Franklin Lewis, “The Shahnameh of Ferdowsi as World Literature” [313-336]

Dick Davis, “Religion in the Shahnameh” [337-348]

Laurie Pierce, “Serpents and Sorcery: Humanity, Gender, and the Demonic in Ferdowsi’s Shahnameh” [349-367]

Edmund Hayes, “The Death of Kings: Group Identity and the Tragedy of Nezhād in Ferdowsi’s Shahnameh” [369-393]

Richard Gabri, “Framing the Unframable in Ferdowsi’s Shahnameh” [423-441]

Eric Lob, “The Evolution of Scholarship on Middle East Authoritarianism: Essentialism, Democratization, and Resilience” [489-499]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

IRANIAN STUDIES, (Vol. 48, No. 4, 2015)

Mohammad-Taqi Imanpour, “Re-establishment of Achaemenid History and its Development in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries” [515-530]

Metin Yüksel, “Iranian Studies in Turkey” [531-550]

Azadeh Mohamadinjad and Hamidreza Mirsafian, “Connection between the Legal Knowledge and Social Background of Sports Coaches at Iranian Universities” [551-566]

Golbarg Rekabtalaei, “Cinematic Revolution: Cosmopolitan Alter-cinema of Pre-revolutionary Iran” [567-589]

Meisam Khalilinejad and Negar Davari Ardakani, “Principal or Father? A Survey of the Novel Modir-e Madreseh (The School Principal) Based on Critical Discourse Analysis” [591-600]

Bahram Bayani, “The Aesthetics of the Calligraphic Works of Mirza Gholamreza Isfahani” [601-609]

Paola Orsatti, “Nationalistic Distortions and Modern Nationalisms” [611-627]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

ISLAM AND CHRISTIAN-MUSLIM RELATIONS, (Vol. 26, No. 2, 2015)

<<Special Issue: Religious Citizenship and Islamophobia>>

Stéphane Lathion, “Fight Islamophobia in Europe? Less Islam and Muslims and More Citizenship!” [133-144]

Ingemar Elander, Charlotte Fridolfsson and Eva Gustavsson, “Swedish Muslims and Secular Society: Faith-Based Engagement and Place” [145-163]

Robert Gould, “Islam Returns to Spain: Religious Diversity, Political Discourse and Women’s Rights” [165-182]

Virginie Andre, “Merah and Breivik: A Reflection of the European Identity Crisis” [183-204]

Douglas Pratt, “Islamophobia as Reactive Co-Radicalization” [205-218]

Danny Ben-Moshe, “The New Anti-Semitism in Europe: The Islamic Dimension of, and Jewish Belonging in, the EU” [219-236]

Pete Lentini, “Demonizing ISIL and Defending Muslims: Australian Muslim Citizenship and Tony Abott’s ‘Death Cult’ Rhetoric” [237-252]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

JOURNAL OF CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY, July 2015 (Vol. 46,

No. 6)

Anisa N. Goforth, Andy V. Pham and Evelyn R. Oka, “Parent-Child Conflict, Acculturation Gap, Acculturative Stress, and Behavior Problems in Arab American Adolescents” [821-836]

http://jcc.sagepub.com

 

JOURNAL OF DEVELOPING AREAS, Spring 2015 (Vol. 49, No. 2)

Manfred Wiebelt, Perrihan Al-Riffai, Clemens Breisinger and Richard Robertson, “Who Bears the Costs of Climate Change? Evidence from Tunisia” [1-21]

Bernard Ben Sita, Salah Abosedra and Abdallah Dah, “Short and Long-Run Budgetary Relationships: Evidence from Lebanon” [77-91]

Khaled Hamad, Ardeshir Faghri and Li Mingxin, “Forecasting Model for Vehicular Demand: An Alternative Methodology in the Context of Developing Countries” [125-143]

https://muse.jhu.edu/journals

 

JOURNAL OF EUROPEAN STUDIES, June 2015 (Vol. 45, No. 2)

Alireza Farahbakhsh and Saleh Haghshenas, “Exploring Bergsonian Time in Sadeq Hedayat’s The Blind Owl” [93-105]

http://jes.sagepub.com/

 

JOURNAL OF FAMILY ISSUES, June 2015 (Vol. 36, No. 8)

Nadia A. Naser-Najjab, “Polygamy, Family Law, and the Crisis of Governance in Palestine” [1087-1111]

http://jfi.sagepub.com

 

JOURNAL OF ISLAMIC STUDIES, May 2015 (Vol. 26, No. 2)

Jonathan A. C. Brown, “Is Islam Easy to Understand or Not?: Salafis, the Democratization of Interpretation and the Need for the Ulema” [117-144]

Anthony F. Shaker, “Man, Existence and the Life Balance (Mīzān) in Islamic Philosophy” [145-198]

http://jis.oxfordjournals.org

 

THE JOURNAL OF MODERN HISTORY, June 2015 (Vol. 87, No. 2)

Gabriel Glickman, “Empire, ‘Popery,’ and the Fall of English Tangier, 1662-1684” [247-280]

Elizabeth A. Foster, “’Theologies of Colonization’: The Catholic Church and the Future of the French Empire in the 1950s” [281-315]

http://www.press.uchicago.edu

 

JOURNAL OF PALESTINE STUDIES, Spring 2015 (Vol. 44, No. 3)

Glenn Bowman, “Encystation: Containment and Control in Israeli Ideology and Practice” [6-16]

Gabriel Piterberg, “Israeli Sociology’s Young Hegelian: Gershon Shafir and the Settler-Colonial Framework” [17-38]

“Ramadan Shallah (Part II): The Palestinian Resistance – A Reexamination” An Interview [39-48]

Fouad Moughrabi and Elaine Hagopian, “In Honor of Naseer H. Aruri (1934-2015)” [49-51]

http://www.jstor.org 

 

JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH, May 2015 (Vol. 52, No. 3)

<<Special Issue: Communication, Technology, and Political Conflict>>

Nils B. Weidmann, “Communication Networks and the Transnational Spread of Ethnic Conflict” [285-296]

T. Camber Warren, “Explosive Connections? Mass Media, Social Media, and the Geography of Collective Violence in African States” [297-311]

Jacob N. Shapiro and David A. Siegel, “Coordination and Security: How Mobile Communications Affect Insurgency” [312-322]

Catie Snow Bailard, “Ethnic Conflict Goes Mobile: Mobile Technology’s Effect on the Opportunities and Motivations for Violent Collective Action” [323-337]

Espen Geelmuyden Rød and Nils B. Weidmann, “Empowering Activists or Autocrats? The Internet in Authoritarian Regimes” [338-351]

Anita R. Gohdes, “Pulling the Plug: Network Disruptions and Violence in Civil Conflict” [352-367]

Thomas Zeitzoff, John Kelly and Gilad Lotan, “Using Social Media to Measure Foreign Policy Dynamics: An Empirical Analysis of the Iranian-Israeli Confrontation (2012-13)” [368-383]

Matthew A. Baum and Yuri M. Zhukov, “Filtering Revolution: Reporting Bias in International Newspaper Coverage of the Libyan Civil War” [384-400]

http://jpr.sagepub.com

 

JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL ANTHROPOLIGICAL INSTITUTE, May 2015 (Vol. 21, No. S1)

Lotte Buch Segal, “The Burden of Being Exemplary: National Sentiments, Awkward Witnessing, and Womanhood in Occupied Palestine” [30-46]

Andreas Bandak, “Exemplary Series and Christian Typology: Modelling on Sainthood in Damascus” [47-63]

Christian Suhr, “The Failed Image and the Possessed: Examples of Invisibility in Visual Anthropology and Islam” [96-112]

Alice Forbess, “Paradoxical Paradigms: Moral Reasoning, Inspiration, and Problems of Knowing among Orthodox Christian Monastics” [113-128]

Amira Mittermaier, “How to do Things with Examples: Sufis, Dreams, and Anthropology” [129-143]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

JOURNAL OF SOUTH ASIAN AND MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES, Spring 2015 (Vol. 38, No. 3)

Robert Looney, “The Political Economy of the Post-Arab Spring” [1-29]

Alon Ben Meir and David Rabinowitz, “The Psychological Dimensions of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: An Overview” [30-41]

Ala Uddin, “Politics of Secularism and the State of Religious Pluralism in Bangladesh” [42-54]

Mohamed A. El-Khawas, “Algeria’s Reform without Revolution: The Same Old Game” [55-66]

 

JOURNAL OF URBAN HISTORY, July 2015 (Vol. 41, No. 4)

Inci Basa, “From Praise to Condemnation: Ottoman Revivalism and the Production of Space in Early Republican Ankara” [711-738]

http://juh.sagepub.com

 

LAW & SOCIETY REVIEW, June 2015 (Vol. 49, No. 2)

Mark Fathi Massoud, “Work Rules: How International NGOs Build Law in War-Torn Societies” [333-364]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

THE LEVANTINE REVIEW, (Vol. 4, No. 1, 2015)

Amaya Martin, “Naji Attallah’s Crew: Stereotypes of Jews, Arabs, and Americans in Egypt’s Most-Watched Ramadan 2012 Soap Opera” [8-22]

Montague Brown, “Islam and the Natural Law” [23-42]

Joseph S. Spoerl, “Tolerance and Coercion in the Sira of Ibn Ishaq” [43-66]

Abjar Bahkou, “Using Fiction as a Vehicle for Popularizing History: Jurjy Zaidan’s Historical Novels” [67-85]

Ibrahim Bassal, “Hebrew and Aramaic Elements in the Israeli Vernacular Christian-Arabic and in the Written Christian Arabic of Palestine, Syria, and Lebanon” [86-116]

April L. Najjaj, “Collective Memory and the Alhambra: Two Differing Perspectives” [117-129]

https://ejournals.bc.edu

 

LONDON REVIEW OF BOOKS, May 2015 (Vol. 37, No. 10)

Seymour M. Hersh, “The Killing of Osama bin Laden” [*]

Ghaith Abdul-Ahad, “Diary: In Sanaa” [*]

http://www.lrb.co.uk

 

MERIP, Spring 2015 (Vol. 45, No. 274)

Karen Pfeifer, “Rebels, Reformers and Empire Alternative Economic Programs for Egypt and Tunisia” [2-8]

Heba Morayef, “Reexamining Human Rights Change in Egypt” [9-13]

Omnia Khalil, “The Everyday in Ramlat Bulaq” [14-16]

Omar Dahi, “Some Days Before the Day After” [17-21]

Kirsten Scheid, “Can Art Cross Borders? Qalandiya and the Problem of Tanzir” [22-27]

Katy Kalemkerian and Khalid Medani, “The Responsibilities of the Cartoonist” [28-47]

Cecilia Baeza, “Palestinians and Latin America’s Indigenous Peoples Coexistence, Convergence, Solidarity” [34-37]

Rebecca Joubin, “The Politics of Iran’s Satellite Era Turkish Serials, Safety Valves and Youth Culture” [38-43]

Joe Stork, “Why Yemen Matters” [44-46]

Chris Toensing, “No Good Men Among the Living: America, the Taliban and the War Through Afghan Eyes” [44]

http://web.a.ebscohost.com

 

MIDDLE EAST POLICY, Summer 2015 (Vol. 22, No. 2)

Karen AbuZayd, Denis J. Sullivan, Susan M. Akram and Sara Roy, “The Syrian Humanitarian Crisis: What Is to Be Done?” [1-29]

Chas W. Freeman Jr., “Responding to Failure: Reorganizing U.S. Policies in the Middle East” [30-39]

Michael B. Bishku, “The South Caucasus Republics: Relations with the U.S. and the EU” [40-47]

Matteo Legrenzi and Fred H. Lawson, “China’s Gulf Policy: Existing Theories, New Perspectives” [58-71]

Gaess Roger, “Interview: Grahame Morris” [72-79]

Stephen Ellis and Andrew Futter, “Iranian Nuclear Aspirations and Strategic Balancing in the Middle East” [80-93]

Stephan Rosiny, “The Rise and Demise of the IS Caliphate” [94-107]

Rashed Lekhraibani, Emilie Rutledge and Ingo Forstenlechner, “Securing a Dynamic and Open Economy: The UAE’s Quest for Stability” [108-124]

Samar El-Masri, “Tunisian Women at a Crossroads: Cooptation or Autonomy?” [125-144]

Marc Morjé Howard and Meir R. Walters, “Mass Mobilization and the Democracy Bias” [145-155]

Albert B. Wolf, “The Arab Street: Effects of the Six-Day War” [156-167]

Michael Rubner, “Review Essay – Revisionist Zionism: The Founder, His Disciple and Their Chief Adversary” [168-174]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

MILITARY TECHNOLOGY, (Vol. 39, No. 5, 2015)

Dennis P. Merklinghaus, “Regional Dynamics Beyond Turkey’s Influence” [2-3]

Dennis P. Merklinghaus, “Made in Israel: Combat Proven Excellence” [40-44]

Eugene Kogan, “Israeli Industrial Solutions” [45-48]

Andy Oppenheimer, “Safeguarding Israel’s Qualitative Military Edge” [49-53]

Ibrahim Sünnetci, “The Turkish Defence and Aerospace Industry – A Tough Competitor and Reliable Partner” [54-60]

Ibrahim Sünnetci, “Turkey’s Armoured Vehicle Programmes” [61-64]

 

THE MUSLIM WORLD, July 2015 (Vol. 105, No. 3)

James Barry, “’This is not Our Country’: Declining Diversity in the Islamic Republic of Iran” [281-298]

Kathleen Foody, “Considering Public Criticism: Secularity, Citizenship, and Religious Argument in Contemporary Iran” [299-311]

Yahya M. Michot, “Sufi Love and Light in Tillo: Ibrāhīm Haqqı Erzurūmī (d.1194/1780)” [322-367]

Teymour Morel, “Deux Textes anti-Mongols d’Ibn Taymiyya” [368-397]

Aria Nakissa, “The Fiqh of Revolution and the Arab Spring: Secondary Segmentation as a Trend in Islamic Legal Doctrine” [398-421]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

NATIONS AND NATIONALISM, July 2015 (Vol. 21, No. 3)

Daniel Karell, “North Africa’s Spain: Peripheral National Identities and the Nation-State as Neo-Empire” [423-444]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

PAST & PRESENT, May 2015 (Vol. 227, No. 1)

Natasha Wheatley, “Mandatory Interpretation: Legal Hermeneutics and the New International Order in Arab and Jewish Petitions to the League of Nations” [205-248]

http://past.oxfordjournals.org       

 

THESIS ELEVEN, June 2015 (Vol. 128, No. 1)

Siniša Maleševic, “Where Does Group Solidarity Come From? Gellner and Ibn Khaldun Revisited” [85-99]

http://the.sagepub.com

 

THE WORLD ECONOMY, June 2015 (Vol. 38, No. 6)

Alessia Lo Turco and Daniela Maggioni, “Imports, Exports and the Firm Product Scope: Evidence from Turkey” [984-1005]