Source: International Peace Institute
Author(s): José Vericat
The Arab uprisings were, more than anything else, citizen revolts. They sprang from an irrepressible urge to transform relations between an authoritarian ruler and his subjects into a partnership between the state and its citizens. Though the uprisings are deeply rooted in the particularities of the Arab world, they also reflect a global movement of citizen activism…
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