- Title Pages
- Notes on the Contributors
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Russian Empires
- 3 The British and French Empires in the Arab World: Some Problems of Colonial State-formation and its Legacy
- 4 Ottoman Legacies and Economic Sovereignty in Post-imperial Anatolia, Syria and Iraq
- 5 Sovereignty in the Ottoman Empire and After
- 6 Mandated Sovereignty? The Role of International Law in the Construction of Arab Statehood during and after Empire
- 7 Reluctant Sovereigns? Central Asian States' Path to Independence
- 8 The Middle East after Empire: Sovereignty and Institutions
- 9 Sovereignty after Empire: The Colonial Roots of Central Asian Authoritarianism
- 10 Culture, Colonialism and Sovereignty in Central Asia
- 11 Culture in the Middle East: The “Western Question” and the Sovereignty of Post-imperial States in the Middle East
- 12 Pathways of Islamist Mobilization against the State in the Middle East and Central Asia
- 13 Empire and State Formation: Contrary Tangents in Jordan and Syria
- 14 Rentierism, Dependency and Sovereignty in Central Asia
- 15 Tajikistan: From de facto Colony to Sovereign Dependency
- 16 Conclusions
- Sovereignty After Empire
- Edinburgh University Press
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