The Arab Spring: Change and Resistance in the Middle East

Editor/Author Lesch, David and Haas, Mark
Publication Year: 2012
Publisher: Westview Press

Single-User Purchase Price: $19.99
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ISBN: 978-0-81-334819-3
Category: Social Sciences - Political science
Book Status: Available
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An illuminating volume by noted experts on the Arab Spring revolutions and their impacts, both in the Middle East and around the world.

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Table of Contents

  • Map
  • Preface
  • A Note on the Text
  • Introduction - MARK L. HAAS AND DAVID W. LESCH
  • PART I SPRING IN THE ARAB WORLD
  • 1 From Sidi Bou Zid to Sidi Bou Said: A Longue Durée Approach to the Tunisian Revolutions - ULIA CLANCY-SMITH
  • 2 Egypt: The Origins and Consequences of the January 25 Uprising - BRUCE K. RUTHERFORD
  • 3 The Arab Spring: Libya's Second Revolution - MARY-JANE DEEB
  • 4 The Uprising That Wasn't Supposed to Happen: Syria and the Arab Spring - DAVID W. LESCH
  • 5 Oil, Saudi Arabia, and the Spring That Has Not Come - STEVE A. YETIV
  • 6 Jordan and the Arab Spring - CURTIS R. RYAN
  • PART II THE REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT OF THE ARAB SPRING
  • 7 The Gift and the Curse: Iran and the Arab Spring - REZA MARASHI AND TRITA PARSI
  • 8 Turkey and the Arab Spring: Ideological Promotion in a Revolutionary Era - MARK L. HAAS
  • 9 Israel and the Arab Spring: The Victory of Anxiety - ILAN PELEG
  • 10 Russia and the Arab Spring: A Preliminary Appraisal - ROBERT O. FREEDMAN
  • 11 Same Old Story? Obama and the Arab Uprisings - JEREMY PRESSMAN
  • 12 Conclusion: The Arab World at the Intersection of the National and Transnational - JAMES L. GELVIN
  • About the Contributors