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ABSTRACT: This article discusses the forms of state-orchestrated violence in Syria between March 2011 and the summer of 2013 and offers some explanations for the logic, scope, and direction of this violence. Continue reading →
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A review article by José Ciro Martínez
Fouad Ajami, The Syrian Rebellion (Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 2012).
Samar Yazbek, A Woman in the Crossfire: Diaries of the Syrian Revolution, trans. Max Weiss (London: Haus Publishing, 2012).
Stephen Starr, Revolt in Syria: Eye-Witness to the Uprising (London: C Hurst & Co, 2012).
Bassam Haddad, Business Networks in Syria: The Political Economy of Authoritarian Resilience (Stanford: Standford University Press, 2012). Continue reading →
ABSTRACT: Rather than asking why the Arab Spring has not spread to Algeria, a question that necessitates a comparative approach, this paper will argue that the localised protests that have become a familiar feature of Algerian life for over half a decade respond to Algerian dynamics and have continued to do so in the wake of the Arab Spring. Continue reading →