The national armed forces of Arab states have been undergoing a radical transformation. New fluid coalitions of armed state and non-state actors engage in complex patterns of coexistence and contestation, set within a wider context of geopolitical rivalry between their external backers. Renowned Middle East scholar Yezid Sayigh examines the re-emergence of militaries as central political actors.
WOLFSON LECTURE THEATRE, NEW ACADEMIC BUILDING, 54 LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS, LONDON WC2A 3LJ
Middle East Centre, LSE
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