The Arab Uprisings have proved to be one of the most transformative developments in the broader Middle East and North Africa (MENA) since the end of colonialism in the region. They have created new domestic political as well as geopolitical realities, yet their repercussions went beyond this region and gained a global character. The fate of these uprisings is intimately interlinked with the process of democratization worldwide. As the Arab uprisings are a process, rather than a single event, their formative impacts on the societies, states and regional system in the Middle East are ongoing and far-reaching.

Arab Uprisings Papers

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