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Haian Dukhan

Haian Dukhan is an Associate Research Fellow at the University of St Andrews/Centre for Syrian Studies. He also teaches Middle Eastern Politics at the University of Edinburgh. His research interests revolve around issues of identity and political violence with a specific focus on tribal communities in relation to the Syrian state.  He is the author of ‘State and Tribes in Syria: Informal Alliances and Conflict Patterns’ (Routledge, 2019).”


Items by Haian Dukhan

  • Tribes and Global Jihadism

    Tribes and Global Jihadism edited by Virginie Collombier and Olivier Roy is the collaborative work of scholars seeking to explore and explain the relationships between the tribal communities of the Middle East and North Africa and jihadist groups. The book features seven chapters with five case studies that shed...