YCSD pays great attention to issues concerning Arab Spring processes and transitions in the MENA region. Therefore, we explore the most noticeable sources dedicated to this subject.
Today we attract your attention to academic works which are placed on the web of the Project on Middle East Political Science (POMEPS). Moreover, organisers have gotten multiple requests for recommendations of works on the Arab Uprisings, so they are happy announce, that you can send along any new academic articles or publications to firstname.lastname@example.org and they will continue to update the Arab Uprisings Bibliography.
- Aday, Sean, Henry Farrell, Deen Freelon, Marc Lynch and John Sides. New Media and Conflict After the Arab Spring. US Institute for Peace (2012).
- Adely, Fida. “The Emergence of a New Labor Movement in Jordan.” Middle East Report 264 (2012).
- Affaya, Mohammed Noureddine. “The ‘Arab Spring’: Breaking the Chains of Authoritarianism and Postponed Democracy.” Contemporary Arab Affairs 4, no.4 (2011), 463-83.
- Ahmed, Amel. “Revolutionary blind spots: The politics of electoral choice and the Egyptian transition.” Middle East Law and Governance 3 (2011), 3-12.
- Ajami, Fouad. “The Arab Spring at One: A Year of Living Dangerously.” Foreign Affairs 91, no. 2 (2012): 56-65.
- Albrecht, Holger and Dina Bishara. “Back on Horseback: The Military and Political Transformation in Egypt.”Middle East Law and Governance 3 (2011), 13-23.
Full Bibliography: http://pomeps.org/category/academic-works/arabuprisings/