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After the Arab Spring: Power Shift in the Middle East?

After the Arab Spring: Power Shift in the Middle East?

How far did the events of 2011 contest the fundamentals of social, economic and political organisation in the Arab world? This report assesses the uprisings in six countries and the impact on power shifts for the US, Iran, and Israel. 

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  After the Arab Spring : Power Shift in the Middle East?

Published May 2012 

Chapters

Executive Summary
Nicholas Kitchen

From the ‘Arab Awakening’ to the Arab Spring; the Post-Colonial State in the Middle East
Toby Dodge

The Arab Uprisings: Revolution or Protests?
George Lawson

The Uprisings

Tunisia  
Fatima El-Issawi
Egypt 
Ewan Stein
Bahrain 
Kristian Coates Ulrichsen
Libya  
Ranj Alaaldin
Syria 
Christopher Phillips
Yemen  
Tobias Thiel

Power Shifts?

Iran 
Naysan Rafati
United States 
Nicholas Kitchen
Israel 
Yaniv Voller

Conclusion: the Middle East After the Arab Spring  
Toby Dodge

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