Adham Saouli

Senior Lecturer

University of St.Andrews University of St.Andrews

Adham Saouli is Senior Lecturer in International Relations and Middle East Politics at the University of St. Andrews.  His research interests include historical sociology, state formation, and social movements; international relations of the Middle East; politics and foreign policy of divided states (Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq) and non-state actors (especially Hizbullah). He is the author of The Arab State: Dilemmas of Late Formation (Routledge, 2012) and Hizbullah: Socialisation and its Tragic Ironies (Edinburgh University Press, 2018). His study, "Performing the Egyptian Revolution: Origins of Collective Restraint Action in the Midan" (Political Studies, 2015) was nominated for the Harrison Prize.