Núm. 31 (2021): Género y Primaveras Árabes diez años después
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Poder y dependencia: los intermediarios locales en Siria Contemporánea

Nour Al-Hussen Villa
Universidad Santiago de Compostela
Portada número 31 de la REIM
Publicado diciembre 15, 2021

Palabras clave:

Siria, Intermediarios, Conflicto, Clientelismo, Gobierno Local
Cómo citar
Al-Hussen Villa, N. (2021). Poder y dependencia: los intermediarios locales en Siria Contemporánea. Revista De Estudios Internacionales Mediterráneos, (31), 147–167. https://doi.org/10.15366/reim2021.31.008

Resumen

Durante décadas el régimen de los Asad ha extendido su dominio en las zonas periféricas del país a través de la articulación de una red de intermediarios de diferente naturaleza. Estos agentes locales eran encargados de asegurar la estabilidad y ejercer la contención de posibles sublevaciones a cambio de privilegios. La implosión de las estructuras del Estado el conflicto podría haber supuesto una oportunidad para terminar con las prácticas clientelistas del orden social preestablecido. No obstante, los resultados obtenidos en este documento demuestran no solo la supervivencia de la vieja estructura de intermediarios, sino también la emergencia de una nueva.

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