Kingdom Without Borders: Saudi Political, Religious and Media Frontiers
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Kingdom Without Borders: Saudi Political, Religious and Media Frontiers

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"Kingdom Without Borders" is the first book to explore the driving forces behind Saudi Arabia's new era of expansionism. Having established a far-reaching political and religious influence, as well as an impressive media empire, Saudi Arabia has become a kingdom without borders, holding both local and international actors in a tight embrace. This phenomenon has yet to be s...more
Hardcover, 383 pages
Published November 11th 2008 by Columbia University Press (first published January 1st 2008)
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Loubna Mckouar
A fairly informative book. Filled with assumptions more than primary research material. The chapter by Noha Mellor have some wrong information or probably assumptions that she should reconsider.
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