|نوع المادة||المكتبة الحالية||رقم الطلب||رقم النسخة||حالة||تاريخ الإستحقاق||الباركود|
|كتاب||UAE Federation Library | مكتبة اتحاد الإمارات General Collection | المجموعات العامة||JQ1850.A91 A734 2015 (استعراض الرف(يفتح أدناه))||C.1||Library Use Only | داخل المكتبة فقط||30020000035256|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction -- Comparing incomparables: the spring of peoples and the fall of states :1848 and 2011 / Roger Heacock -- Revisiting the political economy of the Arab uprisings: Algeria and Yemen compared / Fred H. Lawson -- What difference does contestation make? Agency and its limits in the Arab uprisings / John Chalcraft -- The Gulf monarchies: state-building, legitimacy and social order / Thomas Demmelhuber -- The resilience of Arab monarchies and the 'Arab Spring': a comparative approach / Alain Dieckhoff -- Popular contestation, regime transformation and state formation / Eberhard Kienle -- Arab states, regime change and social contestation compared: the cases of Egypt and Syria / Nadine Sika.
The uprisings which spread across the Middle East and North Africa in late 2010 and 2011 irrevocably altered the way in which the region is now perceived. But in spite of the numerous similarities in these protests, from Tunisia and Egypt to Yemen and Bahrain, their broader political effects display important differences. This book analyses these popular uprisings, as well as other forms of protest, and the impact they had on each state.