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    • American invasion of Iraq : causes and consequences 

      Hinnebusch, Raymond (2007-01) - Journal article
      Examines the causes of the US invasion n terms of US global grand strategy, the US strategic position in the Middle East and the interests of the ruling coalition. Focuses on the consequences: the destruction of Iraq; ...
    • Back to enmity : Turkey-Syria relations since the Syrian Uprising 

      Hinnebusch, Raymond (2015-01) - Journal article
      Examines the drivers of the return of Turkey-Syria relations to enmity, specifically the Turkish response to the Syrian Uprising. Looks also at Turkish policy in Syria, notably its support for radical Islamists fighting ...
    • Change and continuity after the Arab Uprising : the consequences of state formation in Arab North African states 

      Hinnebusch, Raymond (2015-01-02) - Journal article
      This article provides a comparative macro-level overview of political development in Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt. It examines their evolution from the colonial period through several distinct phases, showing how differences ...
    • Conclusion : agency, context and emergent post-uprising regimes 

      Hinnebusch, Raymond (2015) - Journal article
      This conclusion summarizes the evidence explaining the divergent trajectories taken by post Arab uprising states in terms of multiple variables, each illustrated by an iconic case, namely: State Failure and Competitive ...
    • Europe and the Middle East : from imperialism to liberal peace? 

      Hinnebusch, Raymond (2012-07) - Journal article
      Europe’s relation with the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) is discussed in the context of normative (International Society) and materialist approaches (World System’s Theory). First, European imperialism’s export of a ...
    • From imperialism to failed liberal peace : how Europe contributed to MENA's failing states system and how MENA blowback threatens Europe 

      Hinnebusch, Raymond (Routledge, 2017-08-21) - Book item
      The Middle East and North Africa area was profoundly shaped under European imperialism, especially by the “peace to end all peace” imposed after WWI; the Euro-Mediterranean partnership was designed to deal with the long ...
    • Globalization, democratization, and the Arab Uprising : the international factor in MENA's failed democratization 

      Hinnebusch, Raymond (2015) - Journal article
      What explains the almost negative impact of international factors on post-Uprising democratization prospects? This article compares the utility of rival “diffusionist” and neo-Gramscian political economy frames to explain ...
    • Historical sociology and the Arab Uprising 

      Hinnebusch, Raymond (2014) - Journal article
      Historical sociology's perspectives—co-constitution of the international and domestic, path-dependency, variegated regime types—help illuminate the state formation paths leading to the Arab Uprising. It also points to how ...
    • Introduction: understanding the consequences of the Arab uprisings – starting points and divergent trajectories 

      Hinnebusch, Raymond (2015-03) - Journal article
      This introduction sets the context for the following articles by first conceptualizing the divergent post-uprising trajectories taken by varying states: these are distinguished first by whether state capacity collapses or ...
    • Playing the sectarian card in a sectarianized new Middle East 

      Valbjorn, Morten; Hinnebusch, Raymond (2019-01-31) - Journal article
      This article examines the interaction between authoritarianism and the instrumentalization of sectarianism in the Middle East. It begins with an overview of debates on authoritarianism in the region and how they has been ...
    • Preface: Syria Studies, Vol 6, Issue 1 

      Hinnebusch, Raymond (Centre for Syrian Studies, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, 2014-02-05) - Journal item
      An introduction to Volume 6.1 - Contextualizing the Syrian Uprising.
    • Preface: Syria Studies, Vol 7, Issue 3 

      Hinnebusch, Raymond (Centre for Syrian Studies, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, 2015-06-16) - Journal item
      Preface to: Semblance of Order - Institutional Layers of the Syrian Uprising
    • Preface: Syria Studies, Vol 8, Issue 1 

      Hinnebusch, Raymond (Centre for Syrian Studies, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, 2016-02-11) - Journal item
      Preface to Syria Studies - Vol 8, No 1 (2016)
    • Revisiting the 1967 Arab-Israel war and its consequences for the regional system 

      Hinnebusch, Raymond (2017-09) - Journal article
      This paper examines the causes and consequences of the 1967 Arab-Israeli war utilizing Waltz’s three levels of analysis, system, state and decision-makers. It first examines the causes, looking at why the MENA regional ...
    • The sectarian revolution in the Middle East 

      Hinnebusch, Raymond (2016-12-18) - Journal article
      This paper seeks to explain the dramatic rise of sectarianism in the Middle East. It distinguishes types of sectarianism and their drivers; looks at the rapid diffusion of sectarianism across the region, and analyses its ...
    • The sectarian surge in the Middle East and the dynamics of the regional states-system 

      Hinnebusch, Raymond (2019) - Journal article
      This article explores the role of sectarianism in the international relations of the Middle East. How has sectarianism altered the conduct of regional politics, and how has the regional states-system impacted on sectarianism? ...
    • The sectarianization of the Middle East : transnational identity wars and competitive interference 

      Hinnebusch, Raymond (2016-08-24) - Journal article
      What explains the rapid diffusion and apparent hegemony of sectarian discourse and practices across the MENA region? This paper will survey the accumulation of factors behind the sectarian surge and on that basis will argue ...
    • State de-construction in Iraq and Syria 

      Hinnebusch, Raymond (2016) - Journal article
      In International Historical Sociology, states and states systems co-constitute each other. While IHS focuses on state formation, this paper argues that state de-formation, and in its extremes, state failure, is also ...
    • Syria's reconciliation agreements 

      Hinnebusch, Raymond; Imady, Omar (Unknown Publisher, 2017-07-30) - Report
      Examines the reconciliation agreements betaen the Syrian government and opposition, observing the context which determines their pace and character (balance of power), the discourse of regime and opposition and variations ...
    • Syria’s reconciliation agreements 

      Hinnebusch, Raymond; Imady, Omar (Centre for Syrian Studies, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, 2018-02) - Journal article
      In Syria’s Reconciliation Agreements, Raymond Hinnebusch and Omar Imady explore how the regime and the opposition interacted with the evolving idea of musalahat or ‘reconciliations’. At first, when neither side could unseat ...