The political impact of the arab spring in the arab world

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From 2010, the Arab world faced a an uprising movement calling for Political freedom and Political change in the Arab world. Someone called these revolutionary events Arab Spring, and the phrase stuck. The specificity of these Arab revolutions is that they have been popular uprisings, leaderless and uncompromising in demanding total change. Why have the events in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen, Syria, etc. followed such different paths? What are the long-term political, social, and economic ramifications of these revolutions? What are their intended and unintended consequences as countries across the region seek political and social reforms? What's the future of the Arab revolution with regard to the crucial issues of freedom, democracy, and fidelity to Islam, secularism, and tribal power? This work is not a self-minded work, i have reviewed the work of many writers and gave what i think is helpful to understand the phenomenon.


<ul><li> 1. .</li></ul> <p> 2. . LYBIA 3. I have added no comment to this slide. I left it blank expressly for you to thinkand share your opinion. Was the Arab Spring a civil revolution or anInternational plot for regimes changes in the Arab world? Was it an imperialistwar? I know you have enough to say Richie 4. Between certainties And uncertainties 5. Between certainties... 6. ... And uncertainties 7. BIOGRAPHYGilbert Achor, Retour sur le printemps Arabe, 2012.Mounir Bensalah, Rseaux sociaux et rvolution Arabe, 2013.Robert Springborg, Family power and Politics, 1982.Albert Hourani, Beginning of modernization in the Middle EastHanna Batatu, The old social classes and Revolutionary in Iraq, 1978Michael Walzer, The revolutionnary of the saint, 1966.James E. Alt, The encyclopedia of Political science.Samir AMIN, Le Monde arabe dans la longue dure : le printemps arabe ? /. Paris : LeTemps des CERISES, 2011. 251 p. ; 20 cm.-Michal Bchir Ayari, Vincent GEISSER, Renaissances arabes : 7 questions cls sur desrvolutions en marche Ivry-sur-Seine : Ed. De LATELIER, 2011. 159 p. ; 22Jamil Sayah, Anthoniy Galabov (dir.), Participations et citoyennets depuis le printempsarabe, Paris, LHarmattan, coll. Local &amp; Global , 2012, 232 p.Mathieu Guidre, Le choc des rvolutions arabes. De lAlgrie au Ymen, 22 pays soustension, Paris, Editions Autrement, coll. Frontires , 2012, 263 p., 1re ed, 2011.Mathieu Guidre, Atlas des pays arabes : des rvolutions la dmocratie ? / MathieuGuidre ; avec la collaboration de Lynne Franji ; cartographie Claire Levasseur. Paris :Autrement, 2012. 96 p. : ill. en coul. Cartes ; 25 cm (Atlas/MondeMathieu Guidre, Les cocus de la rvolution. Voyage au cur du Printemps arabe, Paris,Editions Autrement, coll. Haut et fort , 2013, 157 p </p>