MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES
EMIS University (EMIS)
An extraordinary business intelligence database on the world’s emerging markets, including Middle Eastern countries such as Saudi Arabia. Offers access to reports, financial statements, information, news, data and analysis on 3.6+ million companies, 250+ industry sectors and 125+ countries
An expanding e-book collection of carefully selected research companions to various key aspects of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies.
A unique collection of over 2,700 formerly classified U.S. intelligence documents on the Middle East, from the end of WWII to the first year of the Obama Administration
Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) Daily Reports, 1974–1996 – Region 1: Includes Middle East 1974–1987 and Near East 1987–1996 (Readex)
Access to thousands of twentieth-century news articles and radio transcripts from the Middle East, all translated into English
One of the most important European primary sources for the study of the modern Gulf region from the 17th to the early 20th century
From the Archives of the Central Intelligence Agency (JPRS)
Offers fresh insight into one of the world’s most complex and volatile regions. It is an indispensable resource for anyone seeking to understand the complex factors that gave rise to modern terrorist organizations as well as regional civil wars, revolutions, border issues and more.
The Middle East, its division into countries and the creation of Israel, 1879–1919 (British Online Archives)
Comprise the papers of Sir Mark Sykes, 1879–1919. In 1916; Sykes’ work would be the basis for carving up the Ottoman Empire between Britain and France. These papers focus on Sykes’ experience in military intelligence and diplomacy in the Middle East, both before and during the First World War. These records also include items on the Armenian genocide. The Zionist movement was active during this time and records of its influence upon him are included in these papers.
A collection of dictionaries on the origins of words in various Indo-European languages, including Armenian, Baltic, Cuneiform Luvian, Greek, Hittite, Iranian, Latin, Old Frisian, Proto-Celtic, Proto-Germanic, Proto-Nostratic, Slavic and Tocharian
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