Inside wars : local dynamics of conflicts in Syria and Libya
Title: Inside wars : local dynamics of conflicts in Syria and Libya
Citation: Florence : European University Institute, 2016
Series/Number: EUI RSCAS; Middle East Directions
External link: http://middleeastdirections.eu/
This ebook, Inside Wars: Local Dynamics of Conflicts in Syria and Libya, aims to make a contribution to the understanding of some of the under-researched local dynamics of the Syrian and Libyan conflicts. The objective is to create a new narrative of these conflicts which sheds light on their local dimensions by looking closely at the social, political, economic and religious transformations produced by the uprisings and the armed conflicts that followed. Only with a good understanding of these dynamics will it be possible to start an inclusive and meaningful process of conflict resolution and post-conflict transition.
Table of Contents:
-- Introduction: Luigi Narbone - The Local Dynamics of Conflicts in Syria and Libya; -- Part 1. The Syrian conflict: -- Jihad Yazigi - Syria’s Implosion: Political and Economic Impacts -- Agnès Favier - Local Governance Dynamics in Opposition-Controlled Areas in Syria -- Daryous Aldarwish - Local Governance under the Democratic Autonomous Administration of Rojava -- Thomas Pierret - States Sponsors and the Syrian Insurgency: The Limits of Foreign Influence -- Part 2. The Libyan Conflict: -- Virginie Collombier - Dialogue, Mediation and Reconciliation in Libya's Local Conflicts -- Hamza Meddeb - Smugglers, Tribes and Militias: The Rise of Local Forces in the Tunisia-Libyan Border Region -- Mary Fitzgerald - Jihadism and its Relationship with Youth Culture and Ideology: The Case of Ansar al-Sharia in Libya -- Seif Eddin Trabelsi and Virginie Collombier - The Islamic State in Libya: Strategy and Reality on the Ground -- Conclusion: Luigi Narbone, Agnès Favier, Virginie Collombier - Inside wars. What lessons can be learned when looking at the local dynamics of conflicts in Syria and Libya?
Type of Access: openAccess