Iranophobia: the logic of an Israeli obsession

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Abstract

Israel and Iran invariably are portrayed as sworn enemies, engaged in an unending conflict with potentially apocalyptic implications.Iranophobia offers an innovative and provocative new reading of this conflict. Concerned foremost with how Israelis perceive Iran, the author steps back from all-too-common geopolitical analyses to show that this conflict is as much a product of shared cultural trajectories and entangled histories as it is one of strategic concerns and political differences.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherStanford University Press
Number of pages220
ISBN (Electronic)9780804771191
ISBN (Print)9780804760676, 9780804760683
StatePublished - 1 Jan 2009

Publication series

NameStanford studies in Middle Eastern and Islamic societies and cultures
PublisherStanford University Press

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