SUMMARY í Asad The Struggle for the Middle East

Asad The Struggle for the Middle East

REVIEW Asad The Struggle for the Middle East

“This is a book in the finest tradition of investigative scholarship The research is awesome Seale’s gre. Reading the Arabic version was very interesting and somewhat natural bearing in mind that all the names of people and places would have been awkward to read in EnglishThere are some parts that are too detailed about certain events which makes it a bit boring However the beginning sections as well as the rise of Assad to power and the ideology of the Ba'ath Party are the most interesting and eye opening to someone who knows almost nothing about internal Syrian politics Transforming Students detailed about certain events which makes it a bit boring However the beginning sections as well as the rise of Assad to power and the ideology of the Ba'ath Party are the most interesting and eye opening to someone who knows almost nothing about internal Syrian politics

CHARACTERS Ø THARROWEBDESIGN.CO.UK ☆ Patrick Seale

At strength is his ability to explain the confusing kaleidoscopic nature of Middle Eastern diplomacy He unde. The book was a bit slow at the 1st few chapters then it improved in the middle and had a pretty good ending What I liked about this book is that it told us the story from the vantage point of Asad and his regime so one shouldn't necessarily take everything in it for granted rather compare it with it is written by different sources After all history is written by the victors Refined Tastes diplomacy He unde. The book was a bit slow at the 1st few chapters then it improved in the middle and had a pretty good ending What I liked about this book is that it told us the story from the vantage point of Asad and his regime so one shouldn't necessarily take everything in it for granted rather compare it with it is written by Transforming Students different sources After all history is written by the victors

Patrick Seale ☆ 1 SUMMARY

Rstands the game being played and also knows the players An impressive book” Los Angeles Times Book Revie. very informative about the syrian regime