Geopolitics

  • 2013060303/06/2013
    Syria’s Uprising: sectarianism, regionalisation, and state order in the Levant
    By Steven Heydemann  (senior adviser for Middle East Initiatives at the US Institute of Peace and research associate professor in the Department of Government of Georgetown University)   This paper first assesses the challenges posed by regionalisation to the stability of the post- Ottoman state order in the Levant and how it is shaping the likely contours of a post-Assad...
  • 2013051616/05/2013
    Syria’s Uprising: sectarianism, regionalisation, and state order in the Levant
    A working paper from Steven Heydemann   Steven Heydemann is senior adviser for Middle East Initiatives at the US Institute of Peace and research associate professor in the Department of Government of Georgetown University. This working paper belongs to the project ‘Transitions and Geopolitics in the Arab World: links and implications for international actors’, led by FRIDE and HIVOS. It aims...
  • 2009032929/03/2009
    Questions Internationales – La Méditerranée – Un Avenir En Question
    Questions Internationales – La Méditerranée – Un Avenir En Question, N° 36, Mars-Avril 2009, La Documentation Française Un dossier dédié à la Méditerranée, son histoire, son espace maritime, sa sécurité, l’espace géopolitique et d’autres problématiques liées à cette région. Articles de différents auteurs dont George Corm et Yves Lacoste.
  • 2009032929/03/2009
    An Atlas of Middle Eastern Affairs
    ANDERSON (Ewan W.) et ANDERSON (Liam D.), An Atlas of Middle Eastern Affairs,  Routldge, 2009, 296p The Middle East is a major focus of world interest. This atlas provides accessible, concisely written entries on the most important current issues in the Middle East, combining maps with their geopolitical background. Providing a clear context for analysis of key...