This book presents international relations as a global field of study that reflects the reality of pluralism in the world, and transcends the western centralism that has long dominated it by researching new theories, concepts and approaches to international relations from within the history and experiences of nations and groups that have previously been marginalized.
This book seeks to present Islamic historical experiences from an academic perspective to study political systems, according to a disciplined scientific approach, which is the civilizational perspective, and within a holistic theoretical framework that reveals the foundations of the work and development of regimes in those eras;
This publication undertakes the task of monitoring the escalation of hostility and attacks on Islam, including those uncharted dimensions of the phenomenon of Islamophobia.
Written by: a group of authors ************ Editing: Civilization Center for Studies and Research, 2022. ************ Every day, cyber becomes a current and occupying reality, transforming the direct and familiar human reality. Cyber has become a distinguishing feature of the modern era, and in some cases it has become a substitute for humans or replaces them in several fields and professions; Which brings about a significant development in those areas towards improving human life on the one hand, and on the other hand threatens to create economic and social gaps that increase the areas of imbalance of justice at the individual, collective and international levels... as well as the ethical effects of these developments and cyber interventions in our lives at various levels. This increasing dominance of cyberspace technologies on human movement, which has become closely linked to it, is almost inseparable from it, and is almost inseparable from it, whether in mobile phones, computers, tools, machines and various technological innovations that humans use and hardly imagine his life without them or how it was His life previously devoid of it, prompted some to describe the human being today as The Posthuman, as these machines and the lifestyles they impose have become an integral part of us, and when we rely on the intelligence of the machines of this cyberspace and its agency for us to perform many tasks, we give up willingly about some of our decision-making abilities for machines, and this is a matter that results in various changes in the nature of man, society and the state. Through social networking sites and blogging, and this review and reception affects the personality of the human being, his composition and ultimately his narrative. 540 Pages.
The Arab-Israeli conflict and the Palestinian cause lie at the heart of the pivotal conflicts that have swept the Arab and Muslim worlds for more than a century. And no matter how different patterns of other conflicts escalate or emerge - in light of regional and global changes - and no matter how many attempts are made to disguise this Arab-Israeli conflict from its priority and primacy, and even to liquidate the Palestinian cause, under the fog of peace settlements and the recent waves of normalization and Zionization... this conflict remains - ideological and national And civilized and existential - the main conflict that falls apart - and affects - other conflicts, whether they are created or exploded, with Israel's continuous and accumulating attempts to impose its "peace" and to dominate the region, systems and peoples. As we are in the midst of another rising wave of Israeli aggression against the mosque and its worshipers, this book is a contribution to renewing the memory of Al-Quds and Al-Aqsa.
By: Prof. Hamed Rabie **************** Foreign policy is no longer the craft of amateurs, and man has not known in its long history a stage in which the management of the ship of international dealings reached the complexity it has reached today. Understanding the facts that surround us - albeit within a limited framework - requires a complete life. We should not be deceived by hearing that people of limited culture and scientific history were destined for supreme leadership in great societies such as the United States or the Soviet Union! This is because around the leader in those systems is a whole group of experts, and the national policy in those countries is not made by an individual will, but rather is the result of established traditions formulated by institutions that may not appear obvious to the eye but are of constant effectiveness. This fact becomes more dangerous when we rise to the level of positive interaction, with what it means of trying to control events and lead the ship of international conflict, with what this imposes of the need to build a clear perception of goals and methods of practice, not only in case of success, but also in case of failure, as both The two assumptions - success and failure - have different degrees. The danger increases when the leader finds himself having to make a quick decision in several moments, and he is able - that decision - to determine the fate of his nation and the fate of his regime for several generations. ********* Pages: 700
by: Prof. Hamed Abdullah Rabie ********************** Pages: 189.
Until the Second World War, the talk was about "behavioral methodology". In the aftermath of World War II, there was talk of “behavioral sciences”; Where the word behaviorism is no longer closely related to the method of analysis, but has become expressive of a section of the social sciences or a certain amount of knowledge. This term has become a garment that covers and contains three types of cultures: Sociology, where the social milieu is studied. Psychology, where we find the analysis of the moral existence of the individual. then, Biology, where the organic existence of man, or - more precisely - where we find the qualitative study of the functions of organs.