1 edition of Syria--a decade of lost chances found in the catalog.
Syria--a decade of lost chances
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Carsten Wieland|
|LC Classifications||DS98.6 .W528 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781614570011, 9781614570028, 9781614570035|
|LC Control Number||2012010783|
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Over the previous five years, the moderate opposition had been crushed. Unlike Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, and Libya, Syria had taken an anti-US stance since the US invasion of Iraq in /5. Syria-A Decade of Lost Chances - Kindle edition by Carsten Wieland.
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Book Review: Carsten Wieland, Syria - A Decade of Lost Chances: Repression and Revolution from Damascus Spring to Arab Spring. Carsten Wieland attempts to meet this difficult challenge with his detailed and timely book about Syria: Syria - A Decade of Lost Chances. Wieland is a German diplomat, scholar, and analyst who has spent many years serving in various capacities in the Middle East.
BOOK REVIEWS SYRIA: A DECADE OF LOST CHANCES Carsten Wieland Seattle, WA: Cune Press pages, paper, $ The author is a German diplomat who has lived and worked in Syria for many years.
I imagine his intimate knowledge of Syria will be fascinating and provide much information that is likely new to readers. Of course. Syria - A Decade of Lost Chances: Repression and Revolution in the Levant Paperback – July 15 by Carsten Wieland (Author) See all 4 /5(3).
Syria-A Decade of Lost Chances is a must read for those seeking to understand the current uprising. The book s meticulous command of empirical detail, analytically framed and interpreted, makes it an invaluable historical record/5(3).
A Decade of Lost Chances – Syria under Bashar alAsad I. Introduction The autocrats in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya, who were toppled in the Arab Spring, ruled for some 30 or 40 years before their power bases collapsed.
Syria’s President Bashar al-Asad has only ruled for the last decade and is ar-riving at the end of his tether. His legacy is.
Wieland is even-handed and measured; he knows Arabic and has lived in Syria for years. Better yet, he listens. Syria - A Decade of Lost Chances is timely and important. Everyone interested in Syria should read this book.” —Joshua Landis Director, Center for Middle East Studies, University of Oklahoma and Founder of SyriaComment Brand: Cune Press.
Read Syria: A Decade of Lost Chances: Repression and Revolution from Damascus Spring to Arab Spring by Carsten Wieland for free with a 30 day free trial. Read unlimited* books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Wieland is even-handed and measured; he knows Arabic and has lived in Syria for years.
Better yet, he listens. Syria - A Decade of Lost Chances is timely and important. Everyone interested in Brand: Cune Press. Cune Press is an independent book publisher based in Seattle. We publish at the point where literature and humanity meet. (Africa) Syria - A Decade of Lost Chances The Plain of Dead Cities (Syria) A Year at the Edge of the Jungle (Africa) The 13th Boy (US) The Soldier, the Builder & the Diplomat (US, Europe) FROM THE PUBLISHER Story Mission.
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(Syria – A Decade of Lost Chances: Repression and Revolution from Damascus Spring to Arab Spring By Carsten Wieland. Cune Press: pages.) Even professional news gatherers have a hard time reporting on Syria now. It’s not simply that foreign reporters are banned from the country.
Tackling politics, society, religion, and economy, Syria - A Decade of Lost Chances explores the eleven years of Asad's rule between the clampdown on Damascus Spring in and the challenge of escalating street protests in the wake of the Arab Spring in and Syria – A Decade of Lost Chances should be read in con- junction with Stephen Starr’s Revolt in Syria: Eye-Witness to the Uprising (Columbia University Press).
Syria, a decade of lost chances The brutal response of Syria's authorities to an eruption of protest in early propelled the country into conflict. It was the latest and most catastrophic of a. Cune Press was founded in to publish thoughtful writing of public importance. Our name is derived from “cu Syria - A Physician's Memoir.
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He also recommends Lisa Wedeen’s Ambiguities of Domination () and Carsten Wieland’s Syria: A Decade of Lost Chances (). The author of seven books and numerous articles and book reviews, Nikolaos van Dam is a former Ambassador of the Netherlands in. Syria Lost - Home Syria Lost.
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Carsten Wieland is a historian, political scientist, and journalist. He last worked and lived in Syria from to and speaks Arabic. Before that, Wieland reported from the United States, the Middle East, and Latin America as a foreign correspondent for the German Press-Agency (DPA).
Inhe also worked as a freelance journalist in. 9. Syria: A Revolution from Above by Raymond A. Hinnebusch. This book looks at how the previous regime shaped Syria. Syria: A Revolution is unique to this list in that it is the only book that examines Syrian history prior to the conflict.
By examining the rule of Hafez Assad, we are able to look at what may have been underlying causes of the Author: Jordan Yamashita. Syria (sēr´ēə), officially Syrian Arab Republic, republic ( est.
pop. 18,), 71, sq mi (, sq km), W borders on Lebanon and the Mediterranean Sea in the west, on Turkey in the northwest and north, on Iraq in the east and south, and on Jordan and Israel in the southwest. Selected books on the civil war in Syria. This book is one of several rushed out before the Assad regime went after reporters.
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Along with other minorities who enjoyed. Tiny sized book with a large font and only pages. In real size terms think it would only be pages in a normal book format. Secondly a lot of the material in the books is lifted from his reporting the last 2 years which I had read already.
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