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Economic restructure

Economic restructure  The Arab Spring led to the restructure of the economy within the countries that were also struggling to obtain political stability. As a result, the countries experienced high unemployment rates and inequality, issues that highly impacted the way of living among the people. The Arab countries experienced economic liberalization, which was an issue that resulted to the expansion… (more…)

Inequality and governance

Inequality and governance The responses to globalization are determined by the effects of centralization on the countries economic, political, cultural,  and democratic factors that changed during the Arab uprising. First, it is important to note that the revolutions were patriotic from the domestic context and had not taken authority in foreign power. However, the western countries have an influence on… (more…)


Democratization Democratization is the process through which  a state or  a nation has its political regime changing form one which was authoritarian or a one party state into one which is more democratic. Most states in the Arab world were either non-democratic states because they were monarchs or had one party authoritarian rule, which they had gotten used to, and… (more…)

The five perspectives of globalization

The five perspectives of globalization Studying topics on globalization for me is very interesting because I get to know that the revolutions were because of globalization processes. However, globalization does not occur uniformly and as such, globalization is a matter of determining who is getting what where and when and I have realized form the in-depth reading that indeed globalization… (more…)

Libya Revolution

Libya Revolution   On February 2011, 213 representatives representing a group of political factions, political groups and human rights organizations demanding the resignation of Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi, stressing the right of the Libyan people to express their opinion of peaceful demonstrations without any harassment or threats by the regime. The revolution developed into an armed conflict between the forces of… (more…)

Yemen Revolution

Yemen Revolution  In mid January 2011 Thousands of Yemenis have been demonstrating in the capital Sanaa to protest against the new government policies. This new policies amend the Yemeni constitution, it’s allow the son of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh to take power after his father. On January 27, some 16,000 Yemenis left Sanaa to reject the proposals. The Yemeni president Ali Abdullah… (more…)

Egyptian Revolution

Egyptian Revolution  The success of the Tunisian revolution contributed to the transition of revolutionary enthusiasm to Egypt. The beginning of the revolution began on the first day of 2011, when the organization began to protest and demonstrations against the government because of many problems in society and the most important dignity of the Egyptian citizen in his country. On the… (more…)

Tunisian Revolution

Tunisian Revolution  The Tunisian Revolution of 2011, called the Jasmine Revolution, it is a series of unrest that begins on the 17th of December 2010 Mohamed Bouazizi, set fire to his body to express his anger Protests protested the spread of unemployment, high food prices, corruption, and poor living conditions. President of the Republic Zine El Abidine Ben Ali being… (more…)

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