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Pouvoir et succession en Iran. Les premiers Qâjâr 1726-1834

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Depuis l'introduction de l'Islam au VIIè siècle, l'Iran a connu des régimes politiques souvent éphémères. Les Qâjâr (1794-1925) ont su assurer à ce pays une stabilité politique relativement longue. Les questions concernant le processus de la formation du pouvoir et les raisons de la stabilité ou de la précarité des régimes politiques en Iran ont rarement fait l'objet d'études approfondies. Ce livre tente d'apporter des éléments de réponse à ces questions en examinant la genèse du pouvoir chez les Qâjâr.

Power and succession in Iran. Early Qajar 1726-1834.

Since the introduction of Islam in the VIIth century, Iran has experienced political, often ephemeral regimes. The Qajar (1794-1925) were able to ensure long political stability the country. Questions concerning the process of the formation of power and the reasons for the stability or instability of political regimes in Iran have rarely been studied extensively. This book attempts to provide some answers to these questions by examining the genesis of power among the Qajar.

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Ebrahimnejad, Hormoz (2000) Pouvoir et succession en Iran. Les premiers Qâjâr 1726-1834, L’Harmattan, 334pp. (Moyen Orient et Ocean Indien).

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Published date: March 2000

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Local EPrints ID: 162439
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/162439
ISBN: 273848915X
PURE UUID: efecad50-ed2a-42a0-a09a-602d6953a235

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Date deposited: 07 Sep 2010 15:33
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 12:32

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