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Gender Clash: Why Is Saudi Arabia So Angry at Sweden?

Behravesh, Maysam LU (2015) In Your Middle East
Abstract
Far from being essentially a dispute over democratic governance or even human rights, the current Saudi-Swedish row basically represents a clash of state genders, pitting a “masculine” religious autocracy against a “feminine” social democracy.
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States, Gender, Clash, Saudi Arabia, Sweden, Diplomatic, Margot Wallström, Kingdom, Masculine, Masculinist, Feminine, Feminist, Militarism, Masculinism, Social Democrats, Aggressive Corporate Masculinity
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  author       = {Behravesh, Maysam},
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  title        = {Gender Clash: Why Is Saudi Arabia So Angry at Sweden?},
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