By Sabah Alnasseri
This edited quantity brings jointly international views on twenty-first century Arab revolutions to theoretically and methodologically hyperlink those modern uprisings to resistance and protest activities world wide, primarily within the Americas. of their analyses of those differences, the overseas participants interact in an exploration of a number of issues corresponding to social pursuits and cultures of resistance, geopolitical economics, civic advantage, id construction, human rights, and overseas monetary and political impression. what's the old importance of those revolutions? What are the consequences past the center East? and the way are struggles in different areas of the area being motivated by means of those occasions? those heretofore mostly unanswered questions are addressed during this assortment, constructed from shows at a 2013 overseas convention at the “Arab Revolutions and past” at York college, Toronto, Canada.
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