The Arab Spring: Change and Resistance in the Middle East
The Arab Spring unexpectedly developed in late 2010 with peaceful protests in a number of Arab countries against long-standing, entrenched regimes, and rapid political change across the region ensued. The Arab Spring: Change and Resistance in the Middle East examines these revolutions and their aftermath. Noted authorities writing specifically for this volume contribute chapters focusing on countries directly or indirectly involved, illuminating the immediate and long-term impacts of the revolutions in the region and throughout the world. A thoughtful concluding chapter ties together key themes, while also delineating persistent myths and misinterpretations. This is an essential volume for students and scholars of the Middle East, as well as anyone seeking a fuller understanding of region and what may lie ahead.
Arab Spring, Sidi Bou Zid, Tunisian Revolutions, Egypt, January 25 Uprising, uprising, Libya, Libya's Second Revolution, Syria, oil, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, regional context, international context, Iran, Turkey, ideology, ideologies, Israel, Russia, Obama, Arab World, transnational
Arts and Humanities | History
Original Publication Information
Haas, M. L., & Lesch, D. W. (Eds.). (2013). The Arab spring: Change and resistance in the Middle East. Westview Press.