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"No matter how long the winter, spring is sure to follow": The Arab Spring and its effect in sub-Saharan Africa
CMI Brief | Aug 2011
In the spring of 2011, dramatic political changes and events took place in the Arab World. The Arab Spring was comprised of popular uprisings and ...
Sub-Saharan Africa, Malawi
Journal Article | Aug 2013
The Arab Spring is a critical juncture for examining Hamas, a movement created in the context of a popular revolt (against Israeli occupation) similar ...
Hamas, Arab Spring, Palestine, Israel, Syria, Iran, Egypt, Middle East
CMI Insight | Apr 2013
Hopes were high that the uprisings that began in 2011 across the Middle East and Northern Africa (MENA) that have come to be known as “the Arab ...
Journal Article | Jun 2013
From the worldwide rise in food prices to the harassment of a Tunisian produce vendor whose self-immolation set off the Arab Spring, food has been a key ...
Edited Book | Jan 2014
The Arab Spring represents a tectonic shift in Middle East from austere authoritarianism to opening the space for long repressed Islamist movements to ...
Middle East, Arab Spring, party politics, political Islam (Islamism), democratisation, post-Islamism, Egypt, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, Yemen
Newspaper Op-Ed | Jun 2011
Ungdommen på al-Manara Hilde Granås Kjøstvedt www.uriks.no Palestine, Arab spring, reconciliation,
Palestine, Arab spring, reconciliation, Hamas, Fatah
CMI Insight | Apr 2016
The Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) has a long history of siding with civil protestors in times of national political crisis. In recent years, waves of popular ...
Sudan, Sudan Armed Forces, Arab Spring, Military
Edited Book | Nov 2013
The secession of South Sudan in July 2011 took place against the backdrop of the Arab Spring, spurring hopes of a "new beginning" that might lead to a ...
Conflict, peace building, Sudan
Event | 31 May 2013
During the last couple of years there has been a series of seminar on the events related to the "Arab spring" in Yemen, Syria, Tunisia and Egypt ...
Edited Book | Sep 2017
First book to examine civil-military relations in post-Arab Spring Lebanon This volume examines Lebanon’s post-2011 security dilemmas and the tenuous ...
CMI Report | Jun 2014
Following rising food prices violent ‘food riots’ took place in about 40 countries around the globe in 2007-2008. These developments have ...
Food security, food riots, food conflict, Arab Spring, Sudan, Egypt
News | 28 Aug 2013
The Arab Spring and the outbreak of the Arab revolts in December 2010, recasted the political landscape of the Middle East. Hamas was forced to respond to a host of fundamental challenges. Hamas stands on the verge of change.
Journal Article | May 2015
The article discusses the political effect of print media liberalization in Kuwait based on content analysis of Arabic language newspapers in the 2009 ...
Event | 7 Sep 2012
The Arab Spring is a critical juncture for examining Hamas. Hamas was a movement created in the context of a popular revolt against (Israeli) occupation, ...
Newspaper Op-Ed | Oct 2013
Å gi arabiske kvinner like politiske rettigheter er ikke nok for å sikre kvinners deltakelse, når hun samtidig er offer for diskriminerende ...
Marokko, Egypt, Family law, Arab spring, Egypt
Event | 23 Oct 2015
Is Tunisia delivering on the promise of the Arab Spring by producing a real democracy?
Prosecutions, Politics and Transitions How criminal justice in the Arab Spring is shaping transitional justice
Event | 6 May 2014
This panel will address the question of the prosecution of political leaders in the Arab region, with a focus on four countries whose leaders were ousted during the Arab Spring uprisings: Egypt, Libya, Tunisia and Yemen.
CMI Insight | Sep 2014
Egyptian women were crucial to the movement that overthrew Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak in the 2011 revolution. However, both in the revolutionary ...
Revolution, Arab spring, sexual assault, Egypt
CMI Working Paper | Jul 2014
In the 1950s and 1960s, a wave of military coups in the Middle East triggered extensive research on the role of military forces throughout the region. ...
Literature review, Civil Military relations, Middle East
News | 25 Jun 2013
There is an appetite for change. Discontent against Bashir is widespread. The popular sentiment rumbling in Khartoum is that Bashir will fall sooner or later.