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2014 | 29 | 2 | 5-29
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Post Arab Spring Thoughts: The Middle East between External and Internal Mechanisms (Political Economic & Social Forces)

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This paper aims to keep readers informed by addressing common views which are widespread not only among academics and politicians, but also amongst the Arab masses which have started to question and lose confidence in the current climate of Arab revolution. The paper will enunciate the term the Arab Spring as a phenomenon, examining its contours though practical and theoretically accepted norms. Actual forces, whether internal or external, will be contextualized within a theoretical framework in order to introduce an innovative analysis of the current conditions in the region, in an effort to draw some relevant conclusions and provide a working prognosis of the future course of events.
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29
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2
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5-29
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  • Associate Research Fellow at the Institute for Middle East Studies - Canada; PhD. candidate at the University of Sunderland, United Kingdom
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