3 edition of Authoritarian power and state formation in Ba"thist Syria found in the catalog.
Authoritarian power and state formation in Ba"thist Syria
Raymond A. Hinnebusch
Includes bibliographical references (p. 325-337) and index.
|Statement||Raymond A. Hinnebusch.|
|Series||Westview special studies on the Middle East|
|LC Classifications||JQ1825.S873 B31975 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 350 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||350|
|LC Control Number||89029074|
Authoritarian Power and State Formation in Ba'thist Syria: Army, Party, and Raymond A. Hinnebusch The Republic of Fear: The Politics of Modern Iraq. by Samir al-Khalil Bahrain: The Modernization of Autocracy. by Fred H. Lawson Islam and Human Rights: Tradition and . The Baʼth and Syria, to the evolution of ideology, party, and state, from the French mandate to the era of Hafiz al-Asad by Robert W Olson (Book) Authoritarian power and state formation in Ba'thist Syria: army, party, and peasant by Raymond A Hinnebusch (Book).
Reviewed: La Syrie de Bashar al-Asad. Anatomie d'un régime autoritaire, [Bashar Al-Asad's Syria: Anatomy of an Authoritarian Regime], by Souhaïl Belhadj, Belin, , pages, 25€. - The Syrian civil war has entered its fourth year and continues to take a very heavy toll on the Syrian people. In his book on Bashar Al-Asad's authoritarian regime, Souhaïl Belhadj shows how this conflict. For those interested in the details, his book may be read in tandem with the two volume work of R. Hinnebusch on a similar theme, Peasant and Bureaucracy in Ba`thist Syria: The Political Economy of Rural Development (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, ); and Authoritarian Power and State Formation in Ba`thist Syria: Army, Party and Peasant.
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The conceptual introductory chapter and conclusion to a major monograph on state formation in Syria under Hafiz al-Asad. How was Syria turned from an unstable victim of the regional power struggle into a.
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Contents: Political theory and the Syrian Ba'th case; lord and peasant in traditional Syria; the historical roots of system crisis; the crisis of the traditional order; social change and conflict; the genesis of a counter-elite and the struggle for power; the formation of the Ba'th regime; the pillars of.
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The party was founded on 7 April as the Arab Ba'ath Party by Michel Aflaq (an Antiochian Christian), Salah al-Din al-Bitar (a Sunni Muslim), and the followers of Zaki al-Arsuzi (an atheist) in Damascus, Syria, leading to the establishment of the Syrian Regional Branch.
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Founded in Damascus in and reformed, with the name Ba'ath, in the early s, it rapidly achieved political power in Syria. In —with. If Saddam Hussein had remained in power, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, also known as Daesh, may not have been able to secure a foothold and establish dominance in the region.
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How have authoritarian regimes remained in control so long in the Middle East. In Syria's case, a critical factor is the concentration of power in a.
The al-Ba’ath Arab Socialist Party is a political party founded upon the Arab political philosophy known as Ba’athism, which promotes secular Arab nationalism, Arab socialism, pan-Arabism, and militarism.
Ba’athism developed in resistance to European colonialism in the Arab world, and understood colonialism as the root cause of problems in the Arab world.
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Assad's government was a personal government, meaning a government that is based upon and revolves around the leader and the term “Assadism” was coined to explain how Assad's leadership dominates Syrian politics. Ba‘ath Party, Pan-Arabist political party advocating the formation of a single Arab socialist nation, founded in Damascus by Michel Aflaq and Salah al-Din Bitar.
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Military officers who ruled the country from to strengthened the state bureaucracy to reinforce their control over Syrian society and politics. Authoritarianism, principle of blind submission to authority, as opposed to individual freedom of thought and government, authoritarianism denotes any political system that concentrates power in the hands of a leader or a small elite that is not constitutionally responsible to the body of the people.
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