Syria's Uprising and the Fracturing of the Levant

ISBN-10: 0415717388

ISBN-13: 9780415717380

Edition: 2013

Authors: Emile Hokayem

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As an upbeat and peaceful uprising quickly and brutally descended into a zero-sum civil war, Syria has crumbled from a regional player into an arena in which a multitude of local and foreign actors compete. The volatile regional fault lines that run through Syria have ruptured during this conflict, and the course of events in this fragile yet strategically significant country will profoundly shape the future of the Levant.
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Book details

Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 6/6/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 216
Size: 6.14" wide x 9.20" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.012
Language: English

Acknowledgements
List of acronyms
Map of Syria's ethnic and sectarian distribution
Introduction
The regional and international dimensions of Syria's revolution
An unpredictable uprising?
Syria's complex terrain
The decay of the Syrian state
Bashar al-Assad's consolidation of power
The challenge of reform and the flawed modernisation of the economy
The decay of the state
The nature of the regime
The centrality of the security forces
The uprising and the regime
The political geography of the Syrian uprising
The regime's response and resilience
The rise of the opposition
The emergence of many oppositions
The militarisation of the uprising
Revolution and Islamism
The regional struggle over Syria
Syria in the regional landscape
Regional competition: between Turkey, Iran and the Gulf
Iraq: the spectre of sectarian war reappears
Vulnerable states: Lebanon and Jordan
Israel: the end of a predictable relationship
Syria in the international context
Western confusion and ambivalence
An incremental response
International diplomacy
Making sense of Western hesitancy
Russia takes a stand
Military constraints to intervention
The Western debate over assisting the rebellion
Conclusion
Societal fragmentation
Who holds power?
The opposition's challenges
The regime's survival strategy
The diplomatic solution: delusion or only game in town?
The troubled regional picture
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