Political Legitimacy and National Identity in Saudi Arabia: Competing Allegiances

Weston III, Frederick W.

1987

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  • Volume 11, Issue 1. Winter National identity in the Arab world is a tenuous concept, often intertwined with and overshadowed by social and cultural allegiances. The Al-Saud family, rulers of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, have managed to unite the disparate religious and ethnic elements of their society - at least they have united them enough to forge a functioning nation-sta... read more
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