Syria country studies

Syria country studies

Acknowledgments and Preface
History
Ancient Syria
Muslim Empires
Umayyad Caliphate
Succeeding Caliphates and Kingdoms
Ottoman Empire
World War I
The French Mandate
World War Ii and Independence
After Independence
Shishakli Dictatorship
Radical Political Influence
United Arab Republic
Coups and Countercoups, 1961-70
Neo-Baath Dominance, 1963-66
The Baath Redirections of 1966 and 1970
The Assad Era
Geography
The Society
The People
Arabs
Kurds
Armenians
Structure of Society
Towns
Villages
Tribes
The Family
Religion
Islam
Alawis
Druzes
Christianity
Jews
Yazidis
Education
Health
The Economy
Growth and Structure of the Economy
Labor
Role of the Government in the Economy
Agriculture
Industry
Foreign Trade
Banking and Monetary Policy
Government
Constitutional Framework
The President and the Cabinet
The People's Council
The Judiciary
Local Administration
Political Dynamics
The Baath Party Apparatus
The Syrian Communist Party
The Power Elite
1982 - 1987 Political Developments
Political Orientations
Concepts of Nationalism, Unity, and the Arab Nation
Attitudes Toward Foreign Ideologies and Systems
Foreign Policy
Israel
Lebanon
Jordan
The Palestinians
Iran and Iraq
Relations with the United States
Relations with the Soviet Union
Bibliography

https://www.nytimes.com/topic/destination/syria
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syria


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