Malise Ruthven

Malise Ruthven is a former editor with the BBC Arabic Service and World Service in London and is the author of Islam in the World and Islam: A Very Short Introduction.

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Cover: Carving Up the Globe: An Atlas of DiplomacyCarving Up the Globe: An Atlas of DiplomacyHARDCOVER06/18/2018$39.95
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