Raymond Hinnebusch revisits the department

Professor of International relations and Middle East politics Raymond Hinnebusch will be in Aarhus 1 June - 31 August 2017.

2017.06.12 | Ingrid Marie Fossum

Raymond Hinnebusch is professor of International relations and Middle East politics at the University of St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland. He is founder and director of the Centre for Syrian Studies.

His major works include Egyptian Politics Under Sadat (Cambridge University Press 1985); The International Politics of the Middle East (Manchester University Press, 2003, 2nd ed. 2015) and Syria: Revolution from above (Routledge: 2001). He co-edited The Foreign Policies of Middle East States, with A. Ehteshami, Lynne Rienner Publishers,2nd edition, 2014; Turkey-Syria Relation: between Enmity and Amity, with Ozlem Tur, Ashgate Publishers, 2013; Sovereignty after Empire: Comparing the Middle East and Central Asia, with Sally Cummings, Edinburgh University Press, 2011;  The Iraq War: Causes and Consequences, with Rick Fawn; and Syria: From Reform to Revolt: Politics and International relations, with Tina Zintl, Syracuse University Press, 2014.

His current interests focus on state formation and conflict in the aftermath of the Arab Uprisings.

Specifically, he is working together with Morten Valbjørn on the project, Sectarianism in the Wake of the Arab Uprising (SWAR).