The 2003 American intervention in Iraq set off an imposing restructuring of the Middle East, triggering a struggle between different ethnic and religious communities. In Syria Sunnis, underestimating the regional nature of the conflict, deluded themselves into thinking that they could topple al-Asad's regime by virtue of their overwhelmingly demographic superiority. Amongst the losers there are also the Christians who, unlike the Alawis or the Curds, are not a compact minority.
|Numero di pagine||14|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2018|
- Sectarianism in the Middle East
- Syrian Civil War