Adaptable autocrats regime power in egypt and syria stanford studies in middle eastern and islamic societies and cultures amazonde stacher joshua fremdsprachige bucher. Joshua stachers adaptable autocrats opens with this line from lampedusas the leopard and proceeds to illustrate its wisdom showing how power seeks to preserve itself and therefore how the seemingly inflexible authoritarian regimes of syria and egypt bent with the winds of the arab spring without breaking maria golia times literary . Adaptable autocrats regime power in egypt and syria by joshua stacher review article in the middle east journal 672325 326 january 2013 with 86 reads how we measure reads. Start by marking adaptable autocrats regime power in egypt and syria as want to read joshua stacher 371 rating details 14 ratings 1 review the decades long resilience of middle eastern regimes meant that few anticipated the 2011 arab spring but from the seemingly rapid leadership turnovers in tunisia and egypt to the protracted stalemates in yemen and syria there . Contrasting egypt and syria joshua stacher examines how executive power is structured in each country to show how these preexisting power configurations shaped the uprisings and in turn the outcomes presidential power in egypt was centralized even as mubarak was forced to relinquish the presidency military generals from the regime were
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