POMEPS Conversations: Sean L. Yom (S. 4, Ep. 8)


This week’s conversation is with Sean L. Yom. He speaks with Marc Lynch about his new book, From Resilience to Revolution, and the role of foreign and domestic actors in Middle East politics.

Music for this season’s podcast was created by Feras Arrabi. You can find more of his work on his Facebook and Instagram page.

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Sean L. Yom is an assistant professor of political science at Temple University. His research focuses on the comparative politics of the Middle East, especially the dynamics and effects of authoritarianism, democracy, and U.S. foreign policy.

Read more from Yom:
(VIDEO) From Resilience to Revolution– A Conversation with Sean L. Yom at George Washington University, February 2016.
Understanding the Resilience of Monarchy During the Arab Spring , June, 2012.
The New Landscape of Jordanian Politics: Social Opposition, Fiscal Crisis, and the Arab Spring, Spring 2015.
From Methodology to Practice: Inductive Iteration in Comparative Research,” Comparative Political Studies, April 2015.

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