24 May 2016 5.15pm — 6.15pm
Weston Library (Map)
Alexandra Franklin, email@example.com
By examining the system of authoritarianism in eight Arab republics, Joseph Sassoon portrays life under these regimes and explores the mechanisms underpinning their resilience. How did the leadership in these countries create such enduring systems? Why did these seemingly stable regimes begin to falter?
Joseph Sassoon is an Associate Professor at Georgetown University and holds the al-Sabah Chair in Politics and Political Economy of the Arab World. He is also a Senior Associate Member at St Antonys College, Oxford.
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