The Arab Southern Mediterranean Revolts
by Elharathi, Milad
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This book is based on investigating general themes toward understanding the emerging political and social revolts from the Arab Southern Mediterranean states and tracing the challenges and prospects of its outcomes. In other words, this book tries read the indications of the societal and political phenomenon and connect it to other, I argued, this search is often a worthless, one especially given that the unavailability of the literature, which mostly is not adequate to explain the various aspects of what has happen during these changes. In addition, first we have articulated the terms of revolution, political revolution and social revolution in the light of what happened exactly. The book argues that four years later, the Arab Southern Mediterranean revolts, one of the longest sitting uprisings in the region, had not arrived to a stable change.
He is a visiting fellow, at the University of Cambridge, UK, former Chair of the Political Science Department at the University of Benghazi, Libya, specializes in International political theory, comparative politics; politics of power, Civic society agencies, particularly in modern Libya.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
02 June 2015
0.229 x 0.152 x 0.012 m; 0.318 kg