The Revolution's Background: Syrian Studies

15 September, 2013

The ACRPS recently published The Revolution's Background: Syrian Studies (623 pages). The book presents a series of in-depth studies written by multiple Arab and Syrian experts, including: Azad Ali, Jad al-Karim al-Jebaai, Hazem Al-Nahar, Husni al-Azmeh, Hamzeh Al-Moustafa, Khudor Zakaria, Samir Saaifan, Aqil Mahfoud, Ali Bakir, Marwan Qabalan, Mundhir Hallum, Mundhir Khaddam, Nabil Marzouk and Nerouz Satik.

Founded on reliable data, the book explores aspects of the Syrian Revolution that transcend daily life. This book seeks to explore trends of comprehensive social structure, and investigate the absence of development, the country's economic situation, income distribution policies, the hegemonic structure of the regime, the Syrian Kurds, sectarian strife, the opposition's critical discourse, and the geostrategic dimensions of Iran Turkey and Russia's politics, all of which are key issues in understanding the Syrian Revolution in its entirety.

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