The Diplomatic Dimension of the Syrian Conflict
The domino effect of the Arab Spring in Syria which began as a reaction against the regime of Basher Assad over the years has deteriorated into a civil war. The paper investigates the diplomatic dimensions of the Syrian conflict and pays attention to the conflict of interests amongst the major powers most especially the United States and Russia. It contends that the competitive display of...
Published at Jadavpur Journal of International Relations
Published in 2015
Faith Olanrewaju; Segun Joshua
FAITH OSASUMWEN LECTURER II OLANREWAJU, » Dr. Faith Osasumwen Olanrewaju is a researcher and lecturer in the Department of Political Science and International Relations, Covenant University, Nigeria. She earned her doctoral degree (Ph.D.) in International Relations in 2018. In other to develop first hand narratives on the management of internal displacement in Nigeria and the compliance of the Nigerian state in the implementation of... view full profile
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