Raymond Hinnebusch

RH1Raymond Hinnebusch (rh10@st-andrews.ac.uk) is Professor of International Relations and Middle East Politics at the University of St Andrews in Scotland, co-founder of the Institute for the study of the Middle East, Central Asian and the Caucasus and Director of the Centre for Syrian Studies.

He is the author of The International Relations of the Middle East, Manchester University Press, 2003; The Foreign Policies of Middle East States, edited with A. Ehteshami, Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Press, 2001; Syria, Revolution from Above, Routledge, 2000; The Syrian-Iranian Alliance: Middle Powers in a Penetrated Regional System, with Anoushiravan Ehteshami, Routledge, 1997; Syria and the Middle East Peace Process, with Alasdair Drysdale, Council on Foreign Relations Press, 1991, Egyptian Politics under Sadat  (Cambridge 1985); Authoritarian Power and State Formation in Ba`thist Syria: Army, Party  and Peasant, Westview Press, 1990; Peasant and Bureaucracy in Ba`thist Syria: The Political Economy of Rural Development, Westview Press, 1989; The Iraq War: Causes and Consequences, co- edited with Rick Fawn, Lynne Rienner Press, 2006; Sovereignty after Empire: Comparing the Middle East and Central Asia, co-edited with Sally Cummings, Edinburgh University Press, 2011. His latest work on Syria is “Syria: from Authoritarian Upgrading to Revolution?” International Affairs, January 2012