Darwich, M. (2019), Threats and Alliances in the Middle East: Saudi and Syrian Policies in a Turbulent Region, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Darwich, M. (2020), Escalation in Failed Military Interventions: Saudi and Emirati Quagmires in Yemen, Global Policy
Darwich, M., & Kaarbo, J. (2019), IR in the Middle East: Foreign policy analysis in theoretical approaches, International Relations, First View.
Darwich, M. (2018), Review Article: The International Politics of Authoritarian Resilience and Breakdown in the Middle East. Mediterranean Politics 23(3): 418-426.
Darwich, M. (2018), The Saudi Intervention in Yemen: Struggling for Status, Turkey Insight 20(2): 125-141.
Darwich, M. (2017), Creating the Enemy, Constructing the Threat: The Diffusion of Repression against the Muslim Brotherhood in the Middle East, Democratization 24(7): 1289-1306.
Darwich, M. & Fakhoury, T. (2016), Casting the Other as an Existential Threat: The Securitisation of Sectarianism in the International Relations of the Syria Crisis, Global Discourse 6(4): 712-732.
Darwich, M. (2016), Ideational and Material Forces in Threat Perception: The Divergent Cases of Syria and Saudi Arabia During the Iran–Iraq War (1980–1988), Journal of Global Security Studies 1(2): 142-156.
Darwich, M. (2016), The Ontological (In)security of Similarity: Wahhabism versus Islamism in Saudi Foreign Policy, Foreign Policy Analysis 12(3): 469-488.
Darwich, M. (2020), “Middle Power Theory at the Regional Level: An Analytical Framework for the Middle East”, in Saouli, A. (ed.) Unfulfilled Aspirations: Middle Power Politics in the Middle East. Hurst and OUP.
Darwich, M. (2019), “Saudi Policies toward the Syria Crisis”, in Saouli, A. and Hinnebusch, R. (eds.) The Syrian Uprising: Regional and International Dimensions, London: Routledge.
Darwich, M. (2016), “Organization of Islamic Cooperation”, in Martin, R. C. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Islam and the Muslim World, Macmillan Reference USA, pp. 824-825.
Darwich, M. (2018), Book Review of ‘We Crossed a Bridge and It Trembled: Voices from Syria by Wendy Pearlmean’. Global Policy, https://www.globalpolicyjournal.com/blog/15/06/2018/book-review-we-crossed-bridge-and-it-trembled-voices-syria
Darwich, M. (2017), Book review of ‘Muted Modernists: The Struggle over Divine Politics in Saudi Arabia, by Madawi Al-Rasheed’, Global Discourse, 7(2-3): 396-399.
Darwich (2016), Book review of ‘The International Dimensions of Democratization in Egypt, by Gamal Selim’. Journal of Middle East Studies, 70 (2): 333-334.
Darwich (2016),Book review of ‘Democracy Promotion and Foreign Policy: Identity and Interests in US, EU and Non-Western Democracies, by Daniela Huber’. Democratization, 23 (4): 772-774.
Darwich, M. (2019), ‘Great and Regional Powers in the Middle East: The Evolution of Role Conceptions’. POMEPS Studies 34. Shifting Global Politics in the Middle East, ed. Marc Lynch and Amaney Jamal.
Darwich, M. (2018), ‘The Concept of Escalation in IR’, Mafaheem Series [in Arabic]. Future Centre for Advanced Research and Studies.
Darwich, M. (2018), ‘The Yemen War: A Proxy Sectarian War?’, in Saudi Arabia and Iran: The Struggle to Shape the Middle East, edited by Simon Mabon. The Foreign Policy Centre.
Darwich, M. (2018), ‘Saudi Arabia’s Dark Role in the Syria Crisis’ [in German], FriedensForum Magazine, 4/18.
Darwich, M. (2018), ‘Analytical Eclecticism: Appraising the Study of Middle East International Relations’, International History and Politics APSA Newsletter, 3(2): 6-8.
Darwich, M. (2017), ‘The Concept of Offshore Balancing’, Mafaheem Series [in Arabic]. Future Centre for Advanced Research and Studies.
Darwich, M. (2016), ‘To Intervene or Not to Intervene? The Use of Military Force as Coercive Mechanism of Autocratic Diffusion’. POMEPS Studies 21. Transnational Diffusion and Cooperation in the Middle East, ed. Marc Lynch.
Darwich, M. (2015), ‘Machtprestige als Motiv des Saudi Krieges im Jemen’ [Power Prestige and the Saudi Intervention in Yemen], GIGA Focus Nahost, 6/2015.
Darwich, M. (2015), ‘The Challenge of Bridging IR and Area Studies in Middle East International Relations Teaching’, LSE Middle East Center Blog.
Darwich, M. (2014), ‘The Ontological (In)security of Similarity: Wahhabism versus Islamism in Saudi Foreign Policy’, GIGA Working Paper, No. 263, December.
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