The Arab Spring: A Year Of Revolution: NPR.
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Professor Mark Tushnet led the 2016 Radcliffe Institute conference on public participation in constitutional design, and recently published Advanced Introduction to Comparative Constitutional Law (2014), The Arab Spring: An Essay on Revolution and Constitutionalism (2015) with Antoni Abat y Ninet, and the third edition of Comparative Constitutional Law, with Professor Vicki Jackson (2014).
ON THE NIGHT of January 24, 2011, I sat smoking shisha and sipping tea at a coffee shop in the downtown Cairo neighborhood of Lazoghly, just blocks from Tahrir Square. The Tunisian revolution had.
Islamic Constitutionalism and Rule of Law: A Constitutional Economics perspective.. argues that Arab Spring looks more like an Islamic revolution.
A political revolution is the forcible removal of a power structure by a group of people and the implementation of a new power structure. By 'power structure,' usually we're referring to a government.
These experiences differ from country to country; however, we can give a brief account of modernity and modernism in this region by breaking it down into the Arab-speaking world, including Egypt, Iraq, Bilad Al-Sham (Syria, Lebanon, Palestine) and Maghreb (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya) on one hand; and Iran and Turkey on the other. 1 Modernism in the Middle East corresponds to three main.
Focusing on the Egyptian revolution and counterrevolution, the Syrian civil war, the rise and fall of ISIS in Syria and Iraq, and the Tunisian struggle toward Islamic constitutionalism, Feldman provides an original account of the political consequences of the Arab Spring, including the reaffirmation of pan-Arab identity, the devastation of Arab nationalisms, and the death of political Islam.