Monthly Archive for: ‘June, 2016’

Syrian Civil Society: Healing the Fracture between Heritage and Identity

Syrian Civil Society: Healing the Fracture between Heritage and Identity

1. Introduction A number of studies have been carried out along with on-going work to document the damage …

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The Construction of a Patriarchal Militant Identity in the Syrian Constitutions (1973-2012)

The Construction of a Patriarchal Militant Identity in the Syrian Constitutions (1973-2012)

1. Introduction: The development of Syrian national identity is framed with the emergence of Syria as a nation-state. …

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On the Syrian Coast: Government Supporters but…

On the Syrian Coast: Government Supporters but…

(Latakia) The “primitive patriotism” that Orwell declared to be the best an authority could gain from a nation …

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Debate: The New Syria between Flags and Languages

Debate: The New Syria between Flags and Languages

In the context of the Kurdish move toward federalism discussed nowadays, we must note that Syria today is …

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Symptoms of Flawed Pluralism: the Debate on Federalism

Symptoms of Flawed Pluralism: the Debate on Federalism

The following is an attempt to understand one of the paradoxes of Syrian political discourse: the acceptance of …

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Fihmak Kfayeh (If You Know What I Mean) Pt. II

Fihmak Kfayeh (If You Know What I Mean) Pt. II

The first section of this article is available here. Post-2011 Terms: With the beginning of the revolution, few …

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