The Struggle Of Major Powers Over Syria by Jamal WakimThe Struggle Of Major Powers Over Syria by Jamal Wakim

The Struggle Of Major Powers Over Syria

byJamal Wakim

Hardcover | May 11, 2013

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This highly topical book argues that the success or failure of Syria's policies is directly linked to the degree to which these policies accord with those of Iraq, Turkey, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia, and that the country has been subject throughout its history to competition between the forces occupying the geostrategic spheres that surround it. The book further argues that the influence of these spheres is not restricted to foreign policy, but also extends to interaction with cultural, economic, and social groups, thus transforming the geo-political to geo-cultural, geo-economic, and geo-social. Ordered chronologically, the book deals chapter-by-chapter with the different conflicts and struggles that have surrounded Syria throughout history, detailing the constant struggles to control it by Mesopotamia, Anatolia, and Egypt. It examines the political changes that have taken place during the term of President Bashar Assad, including the role of the 'superpowers' in seeking to achieve control of the region, and it concludes that whoever controls Syria can tighten their grip on Iraq, Turkey, and Egypt, and thus the whole of the Middle East.
Dr. Jamal Wakim has a PhD in International Relations and Modern Arab Histroy from the Universite St Joseph, Beirut, Lebanon. Since graduating, he has worked as a reporter and correspondent for various Middle East media outlets, including Dubai Television, Azzerman Kuwaiti Magazine and New Television Beirut. More recently he has fulfill...
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Title:The Struggle Of Major Powers Over SyriaFormat:HardcoverDimensions:160 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.8 inPublished:May 11, 2013Publisher:Garnet PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0863725112

ISBN - 13:9780863725111

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Wakim's approach is refreshing... .the overall narrative offers a fantastic overview of Syria's historical evolution." - Middle East Media and Book Reviews Online, Vol. 2, Issue 3, March 2014"