SEPADPOD with Haian Dukhan

18th Aug 2019 by Simon Mabon

On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Haian Dukhan, Teaching Fellow in International Relations at the University of Leicester. Haian is the author of State and Tribes in Syria: Informal Alliances and Conflict Patterns (Routeledge, 2019). On this episode, Simon and Haian talk about the role of tribes in Syria, reflecting on their position in the state prior to the Arab Uprisings, looking at their role in the ensuing conflict, exploring links with regional powers and reflecting on the role of religion. A detailed discussion into this issue.

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