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This course will discuss the developments in the Middle East from the early 20th century to the present. It will discuss the rise and retreat of Arab nationalism, the problems of internal cohesion of the Arab states, issues of religion and state, and the evolution of Islamist politics. It will also focus on the evolution of the Arab-Israeli conflict and its impact on the region and will conclude with an in depth analysis of the “Arab Spring” by placing these contemporary revolutionary events in their historical context. Please note that this course builds upon a previous course - The Emergence of the Modern Middle East - Part I (https://www.coursera.org/learn/modern-middle-east-1/home/welcome) Learn about the history of the Middle East for a deeper understanding of current regional developments!...

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MK

Jul 31, 2018

Excellent Course. Professor Susser does a thorough, careful job of bring the Middle East up to date to 2013 or so. Would love to see an additional week added dealing with developments up to today.

DE

May 04, 2017

One of the very best courses available, the historical examination of continue changing in the Middle East, allows students think the pieces that derive in actual regional struggle.

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par A K

Sep 26, 2016

Excellent, interesting, thorough

par Carlos C

Jan 31, 2017

Get ready for a wild ride as you're taken on a journey from the Ottoman Empire to the Arab Spring revolutions as Professor Susser presents the cold, hard facts about the Middle East and its dealings with traditionalism and modernity. Highly recommended!

par Aakash A

Sep 14, 2017

A complete and thorough journey from the Ottoman Empire to the Arab Spring with significant emphasis on the Arab-Israeli conflict.

par Manuela T

Jun 19, 2017

Un excelente recuento de la historia moderna de Medio Oriente

par Mahmoud E

Aug 07, 2018

very good

par Gary

May 11, 2019

Knowledgeable professor showing a systematic and comprehensive picture of the Middle Eastern landscape.

par Lim Z X

Apr 29, 2019

A informative course that gives you an idea on how the Middle East is what it is today.

par Barry C

Apr 29, 2019

Excellent course

par Liang W

May 21, 2019

Very helpful!

par David M

Aug 08, 2019

excellent course!

par Saif A

Aug 27, 2019

Very informative course

par Beatriz m D

Sep 12, 2019

It has been a very good course,as it was,the first part.I appreciate that the videos could also be heard in spanish and that they have such flexibility to be able to finish the couse as they say,at my own pace.Regards,Bea.

par Eden H

Dec 27, 2015

This course is wonderful, and does not seem biased. My one complaint is that for so so much information, there are only two quizzes. I would prefer to have a test at the end of each weekly lesson, especially since the quizzes are so short. The material and videos themselves are wonderful! I learned a lot :)

par John M

Jun 23, 2016

Good background and enjoyed delving into the detail of the Middle East.

par bethany l

Sep 29, 2017

The quizzes are fact based - they do not check understanding, only how well you rote-learned some parts of the lectures.

par Kamil K

May 21, 2016

Very well made course, although I wish to see more on other countries, because Egipt, Israel and Palestine were making most of lectures.

par Zakaria G

Sep 25, 2019

it was nice seeing things from the other side's perspective (the way Israelis see it) as opposed to being bombarded by the same ideas all arabs (governments and individuals) promote...a necessary step if people really want to form an objective opinion about this long lasting conflict, even more important for those directly concerned if a peaceful solution is sought (dreamy but who knows) just wish of the MENA region universities (other than israeli universities) had the decency to make such an objective course available...would help a lot

par zachary r

Dec 06, 2016

Not nearly as good as Part 1.