Burning Country explores the complicated reality of life in present-day Syria with unprecedented detail and sophistication, drawing on new first-hand testimonies from opposition fighters, exiles lost in an archipelago of refugee camps, and courageous human rights activists. Yassin-Kassab and Al-Shami expertly interweave these stories with an incisive analysis of the militarization of the uprising, the rise of the Islamists and sectarian warfare, and the role of Syria’s government in exacerbating the brutalization of the conflict.
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When people came out in January 2011 for bread, freedom, and social justice, they did not expect some of them to be satisfied with subsidized bread after six years of revolution. This book considers the diverse forms of mass mobilization and contentious politics that emerged during the Egyptian Revolution of 2011 and its aftermath. In addition to expose the role of the Muslim Brotherhood after the revolution. The book also presents the economic situation in Egypt and the most important challenges facing the Egyptian economy.
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