Published: 28/08/2016
ISBN: 9781785892820
eISBN: 9781785896569
Format: Paperback/eBook



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Neville Teller was born in London, read Modern History at Oxford University, and then had a varied career in marketing, general management, publishing and the Civil Service, while consistently writing... read more

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The Chaos in the Middle East: 2014-2016
by Neville Teller

The Chaos in the Middle East: 2014-2016 provides an up-to-date overview of the problems currently affecting the Middle East, and sets them in context. By providing not only an account of the bewilderingly complicated events of the past two years, but also explaining their background, Neville Teller gives readers the tools to understand issues of concern to the whole world. Written in attractive and easily understood terms. the book is ideal for readers interested in comprehending the complex problems emanating from the Middle East.

The grim reality in today’s Middle East began attracting the world’s attention from the beginning of 2014. The growth in size and influence of the bloodthirsty and inhumane Islamic State, or “Daesh”, and the hordes of terrified refugees fleeing from the conflict, to name but two examples, forced themselves on public opinion. From this time, major themes dominated the politics of the Middle East, such as the failure to defeat Islamic State in Iraq or Syria, the rise in the power and influence of Iran, the continuing devastation of Syria and the surprising incursion of Russia into the Middle East. These, as well as assessments of particular areas of conflict or special interest such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the Israeli-Palestinian dispute, Turkey and the Kurds, Yemen, Tunisia, Libya, Lebanon and South Sudan, form the framework of this book.

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"One Man's Israel"

To mark Israel's 60th anniversary, a collection of 36 separate pieces by the author, which chart the backdrop to the kaleidoscopic Israeli scene over the past thirty years. They include a little political commentary and some social comment, but also encompass short stories, features, travel writing, letters, poetry, music and radio drama. A rich mix of delights for anyone with an interest in the Middle East in general and Israel in particular. A book to dip into – and always be guaranteed of finding something to please, interest, amuse, enlighten or entertain.

“..an apt publication to mark Israel’s 60th anniversary, capturing the variety of the Israeli scene...”
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A blow-by-blow account of the events of 2010, as they impacted on the determined efforts, led by the Unitd States, to resolve the Israel-Palestine situation and the wider Middle East conflict. Anyone interested in the Middle East in general, and the Israel-Palestine conflict in particular, will relish this unusual take on a ground-breaking year in the history of both Israel and the nascent state of Palestine.


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"5-Minute Bedtime Stories"

Born out of a series of children’s stories prepared for BBC radio, “5-minute Bedtime Stories” is a careful mix of old and new tales aimed at those vital few minutes when a child is tucked up for the night and demands a story. Nothing too long is called for – especially not by the adult charged with reading it, but each story needs to appeal to boys and girls aged around 4 to 9 and send them happily to sleep. Each of these stories can be read aloud in five minutes and has its own colourful illustration, which can be shown to the child while the story is being read. This is a book certain to be treasured by the children lucky enough to be at the receiving end of its stories.



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