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Arab spring News : Feb 29, 2012

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Arab Spring tackles Russia’s winter
Adelaide Now
SPRING is in the Russian air but the civilian unrest in Moscow is unlikely to rival theArab spring, which saw a succession of governments toppled in the past year. After two presidential terms and a stint as prime minister, Vladimir Putin retains a
Arab spring inspires Burma’s 88 generation
The Nation
One of them admits that the events of “Arab Spring” prove that Burma will inevitably follow the path of democracy.”We are not afraid to be arrested again. It’s perhaps part of Burma’s political culture. Jail is our second home anyway,” said Mya Aye,
Arab Spring undone in the Indian Ocean? Political economy and the coup in the
Institute of Development Studies
Arab Spring undone in the Indian Ocean? Political economy and the coup in the Maldives A number of recent editorials have referred to the recent coup in the Maldives as the undoing of the country’s own ‘Arab Spring,’ which began with the landmark 2008

Institute of Development Studies
Algeria already knows where the Arab Spring can lead
Vancouver Sun
It is a crass comment, but a true one, that Algeria has been insulated from infection by the Arab Spring movement because of the deaths of 200000 people in the country’s civil war of the 1990s. The Arab Spring is evolving into a subtle contest between
Arab Spring and Constitutional Democracy
Huffington Post (blog)
Much work remains for a complete and sustainable democratic transformation for Arabnations, including dialogue on government structure and the protection of human rights. If we agree that democracy over dictatorship was a driving force for these
Arab Spring Brings the Decline of Secularism in Tunisia
International Christian Concern
Throughout the Middle East, long-standing dictators just ousted in the Arab Spring are being replaced by more oppressive forms of governance, even in the Arab world’s most liberal country, Tunisia. By Aidan Clay Washington, DC February 29 (ICC)
Arab Spring Headed to Iran, Warns Senior Muslim Brotherhood Member
International Business Times
Essam al-Arian, an Egyptian lawmaker, said Egypt could potentially lead the changes in the region in the wake of the political turbulence referred to as the Arab Spring, Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported. This is the first instance of a senior and

International Business Times
The authoritarian left goes awry: From the Arab Spring to Latin America
The lockstep left’s retrograde tendencies have been placed on particularly vivid display when it comes to the Arab Spring. At the beginning of the revolt, in Tunisia and Egypt, it looked as if local populations might slough off dictatorial rule backed
Correspondent provides insight into Arab Spring
The Pendulum
23 as correspondent and foreign analyst Robin Wright delivered a discourse on the continued relevancy of the Arab Spring and the forces that drive the ongoing transformation of the Middle East. “The most important series of events in the early 21st..

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