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The Arab Revolts: Dispatches on Militant Democracy in the Middle East (Public Cultures of the Middle East and North Africa) ePub download

by David McMurray,Amanda Ufheil-Somers

  • Author: David McMurray,Amanda Ufheil-Somers
  • ISBN: 0253009685
  • ISBN13: 978-0253009685
  • ePub: 1362 kb | FB2: 1929 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Politics & Government
  • Publisher: Indiana University Press (February 22, 2013)
  • Pages: 272
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The Arab Revolts: Dispatches on Militant Democracy in the Middle East (Public Cultures of the Middle East and North Africa) ePub download

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Amanda Ufheil-Somers. Series: Public Cultures of the Middle East and North Africa. The 2011 eruptions of popular discontent across the Arab world, popularly dubbed the Arab Spring, were local manifestations of a regional mass movement for democracy, freedom, and human dignity. Authoritarian regimes were either overthrown or put on notice that the old ways of oppressing their subjects would no longer be tolerated. These essays from Middle East Report-the leading source of timely reporting and insightful analysis of the region-cover events in Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, Syria, and Yemen.

David McMurray, Amanda Ufheil-Somers. Indiana University Press, 22 февр .

Anthropology of Contemporary Middle-East and Central Eurasia). This excellent collection of articles from Middle East Report provides an unusually deep and wide analysis of the phenomena collectively known as the Arab Spring. he contributors to The Arab Revolts. do an excellent job of filling in some of the gaps in Western media coverage, going beyond the dominant narrative of spontaneous youthful protests, aided by the use of social media, to show a foundation of protest built over decades. This is not a book written by academics for academics, but rather serves as an introduction to readers from any background.

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By David McMurray, Amanda Ufheil-Somers. David McMurray and Amanda Ufheil-Somers. On December 17, 2010 Mohamed Bouazizi set himself on fire in Sidi Bouzid, Tunisia, to protest the humiliation and loss of income visited upon him by the Tunisian police. the protesters demanded the implementation of political reforms by the Sunni monarchy that would guarantee political representation and rights to the majority, ending discrimination against the Shi‘a.

The use of the phrase "Arab Revolts" rather than "the Arab Spring" for the title provides an insight into the purpose and scope of the book.

David A. McMurray, Amanda Ufheil-Somers, ed. One of the book’s strengths is the fact that it provides greater context for the current situation in the Middle East and North Africa than is present in Western news coverage

David A. McMurray, Amanda Ufheil-Somers, eds. The Arab Revolts: Dispatches on Militant Democracy in the Middle East. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2013. One of the book’s strengths is the fact that it provides greater context for the current situation in the Middle East and North Africa than is present in Western news coverage. It is missing a very significant event, though: the overthrow of Qaddafi’s regime in Libya.

These essays from Middle East report. cover events in Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Syria, and Bahrain. Public Cultures of the Middle East and North Africa.

This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. These essays from Middle East report. Written for a broad audience of students, policymakers, media analysts, and general readers, the collection reveals the underlying causes of the revolts by identifying key trends during the last two decades leading up to the recent insurrections. - From p. 4 of cover. Indiana University Press.

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The 2011 eruptions of popular discontent across the Arab world, popularly dubbed the Arab Spring, were local manifestations of a regional mass movement for democracy, freedom, and human dignity. Authoritarian regimes were either overthrown or put on notice that the old ways of oppressing their subjects would no longer be tolerated. These essays from Middle East Report―the leading source of timely reporting and insightful analysis of the region―cover events in Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, Syria, and Yemen. Written for a broad audience of students, policymakers, media analysts, and general readers, the collection reveals the underlying causes of the revolts by identifying key trends during the last two decades leading up to the recent insurrections.

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