2 edition of revolutionary Arabs found in the catalog.
|Statement||Attar Chand ; foreword by B. Singh.|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 91/06628 (D)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||82903762|
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In The Arab Revolution, Jean-Pierre Filiu offers a concise but sweeping account of the earth-shattering revolts that began in Tunis and continue today throughout the Middle East.
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It consists of a debate among revolutionaries as to whether the demand for a democratic secular Palestine should be /5(4). Unlike other books revolutionary Arabs book the issue, "The Arab Revolution" is divided thematically, not chronologically. As a consequence, it does not serve as a good introduction to the Arab Spring.
The author provides many briliant insights, but seems to be way too optimistic in defining Arab spring as a "democratic renaissance", esp concerning recent evens in /5(5). The Arab Revolution Ten Lessons from the Democratic Uprising Jean-Pierre Filiu.
A timely and accessible account of the uprisings in the Arab world. Considers the role of social networks in modern revolution. Looks at what may change and at what cost.
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Revolution in the Arab world In January we asked Arab writers, including Tamim Al-Barghouti, Hisham Matar and Mourid Barghouti, to react to Author: Guardian Staff. His book combines an analysis of the ideas of Arab nationalism and their roots in European thought, with a fast-moving political narrative, full of dramatic ups and downs.
The New Middle East is one of the first comprehensive books to critically examine the Arab popular uprisings of – While these uprisings prompted a number of cursory publications, this volume contains meticulous and thoughtful reflections on the causes, drivers and effects of these seminal events on the internal, regional and international politics of the Middle East and North Africa.
The Arab Revolutions that began in reignited interest in the question of theory and practice, imbuing it with a burning political urgency. In Revolution and Disenchantment Fadi A.
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Eugene Rogan has written an authoritative new history of the Arabs in the modern world. Starting with the Ottoman conquests in the sixteenth century, this landmark book follows the story of the Arabs through the era of European imperialism and the Superpower rivalries of the Cold War, to the present age of unipolar American power.
Books shelved as arabic: ساق البامبو by سعود السنعوسي, عزازيل by يوسف زيدان, ثلاثية غرناطة by رضوى عاشور, الأسود يليق بك by أحلام مستغانمي, and الفيل الأ. The purpose of this book is to save the Arab spring from the verdict of implicit nonexistence and to propose an alternative account that highlights the.
In “The Arab Winter,” Noah Feldman — a Harvard law professor with significant experience in the Arab world — takes as his subject “the deep political meaning of the Arab. The Arab Millennials did. And, in a provocative, big-picture argument about the future of the Arab world, The New Arabs shows just how they did it.
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In his book "Revolution Without Revolutionaries", Asef Bayat attempts to outline the evolution and subsequent devolution of the Iranian Revolution, in an attempt to outline the necessary tenants of a successful revolut against a certain system; and as such build a measure for the success and failure of the revolutions of the Arab Spring/5.'Elegantly crafted, brilliantly argued, and richly and evocatively evidenced, Ketchley’s Egypt in a Time of Revolution is unparalleled in its methodological and theoretical sophistication and its empirical and analytical strengths the single most impressive piece of scholarship on the so-called Arab Spring and one of the very best studies Cited by: There is a need for Western studies of the left in the Arab world.
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