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Titres sur les révolutions arabes

dimanche 26 janvier 2014, par rigas

Le printemps arabe, les révolutions arabes : qu’en disent les revues académiques. Un travail réalisé à l’AUB par Nada El-Maghlouth, Sari Hanafi et RIgas Arvanitis. Travail en cours.

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List of titles :

A community based framework for poverty alleviation : the case of post revolution egypt
A different struggle for Syria : Becoming young in the middle east
A revolution for dignity and freedom : Preliminary observations on the social and cultural background to the Tunisian revolution
A saudi spring : The shia protest movement in the eastern province 2011 2012
Anti-sexual harrassment campaign in Egypt
Arabian Nights : Measuring the Arab Internet During the 2011 Events
Australian Public Opinion on the Israel-Palestine Conflict : Implications in the Context of Arab Revolutions
Boxed in ? the women of Libyas revolution
Catalyzing national Judicial capacity : the ICC’s first crimes against humanity outside armed conflict
Chinese drought, bread and the Arab Spring
Colonial legacy, women’s rights and gender-educational inequality in the Arab World with particular reference to Egypt and Tunisia
Common interests, closer allies : How democracy in Arab States can benefit the West
Corruption : A view from the Persian Gulf
Democratic change in the Arab world, past and present
Democratic islamization in Pakistan and Turkey : Lessons for the post-Arab spring Muslim world
Discourses of the 2011 arab revolutions
Egypt’s digital activism and the Dictator’s Dilemma : An evaluation
Egyptian e-diaspora : Migrant websites without a network ?
Fictionalizing the figuration : (In) consideration of the Arab Spring’s narrative matrix
Framing messages of democracy through social media : Public diplomacy 2.0, gender, and the middle East and North Africa
Framing the Egyptian Uprising in Arabic Language Newspapers and Social Media
From Neoliberalism to Social Justice : The Feasability of Full Employment in Tunisia
From spectacle to spectacular : How physical space, social media and mainstream broadcast amplified the public sphere in Egypt’s ’Revolution’
How ICTs Affect Democracy and Corruption in Emerging Societies
Institutional and ideological re-construction of the justice and development party (PJD) : The question of democratic Islamism in Morocco
Intersecting arcs of mobilisation : The transnational trajectories of Egyptian dockers’ unions
Invisible refugees and/or overlapping refugeedom ? Protecting sahrawis and palestinians displaced by the 2011 Libyan uprising
Leader, Follower, or Spectator ? The Role of President Obama in the Arab Spring Uprisings
Libya’a year one : Life after Qaddafi
Mass Casualties in Tahrir Square at the Climax of the Egyptian Uprising Evidence of an Emerging Pattern of Regime’s Organized Escalating Violence During 10 Hours on the Night of January 28, 2011
Media Ecologies, Communication Culture, and Temporal-Spatial Unfolding : Three Components in a Communication Model of the Egyptian Regime Change
Obama and the ’Arab Spring’ : Desire, hope and the manufacture of disappointment. Implications for a transformative pedagogy
On the Role of Human Development in the Arab Spring
Overthrowing the Protest Paradigm ? How The New York Times, Global Voices and Twitter Covered the Egyptian Revolution
Palestinian youth and the Arab Spring. Learning to think critically : A case study
Perceptions of the ’Arab Spring’ Within the Salafi-Jihadi Movement
Popular Mobilization in Syria : Opportunity and Threat, and the Social Networks of the Early Risers
Post-Qadhafi Libya : Interactive dynamics and the political future
Preliminary assessment of Arab Spring’s impact on oil and gas in Egypt, Libya
Push-button-autocracy in Tunisia : Analysing the role of Internet infrastructure, institutions and international markets in creating a Tunisian censorship regime
Rapid modeling and analyzing networks extracted from pre-structured news articles
Safety-Valve Elections and the Arab Spring : The Weakening (and Resurgence) of Morocco’s Islamist Opposition Party
Sufism, Salafism and state policy towards religion in Algeria : A survey of Algerian youth
The ’end of pan-Arabism’ revisited : Reflections on the Arab Spring
The ’Jasmine Revolt’ has made the ’Arab Spring’ : A critical discourse analysis of the last three political speeches of the ousted president of Tunisia1
The Arab Spring Opportunities and implications
The Arab uprising 2011 : New media in the hands of a new generation in North Africa
The EU’s First Response to the ’Arab Spring’ : A Critical Discourse Analysis of the Partnership for Democracy and Shared Prosperity
The future models of Arab political economy
The impact of Arab cultural values on online social networking : The case of Facebook
The impact of the Arab spring on the oil and gas industry in North Africa - a preliminary assessment
The impact of the Internet on political attitudes in Kuwait and Egypt
The middle east and north africa’s resilient monarchs
The revolutions of the Arab spring : Are democracy, development and modernity at the gates
The role of ICTs in conflict transformation in Egypt
The role of social networking sites (SNSs) in the January 25th Revolution in Egypt
The Transformative Egyptian Media Landscape : Changes, Challenges and Comparative Perspectives
The Transition of Egypt in 2011 : A New Springtime for the European Neighbourhood Policy ?
The Transnational and the Local : Egyptian Activists and Transnational Protest Networks
The Tunisian diaspora : Between ’digital riots’ and Web activism
The year of the Arab uprisings
The youth and the Arab spring : Cohort differences and similarities
Thoughts on revolution, state aid and liberation technologies
Tunisian women in the twenty-first century : past achievements and present uncertainties in the wake of the Jasmine Revolution
Warding off terrorism and revolution : Moroccan religious pluralism, national identity and the politics of visual culture
Who’s reporting the protests ? Converging practices of citizen journalists and two BBC World Service newsrooms, from Iran’s election protests to the Arab uprisings
Why was the arab world poised for a revolution ? Schooling economic opportunities and the arab spring
’Suleiman : Mubarak decided to step down #egypt #jan25 OH MY GOD’ : Examining the use of social media in the 2011 Egyptian revolution
’The spring of hope, the winter of despair’ : An unfinished narrative of Mediterranean cities
A Changing Mediterranean : Regional Organisations and North Africa during the Arab Spring
A cold chill comes over the Arab Spring
A new deal for arab people
A Revolution of the Imagination
A turkish model for the arab spring ?
A villa in the jungle : The arab awakening through the lens of the israeli media
Abu al-Qasim al-Shabbi’s ’The Will to Live’ : Galvanising the Tunisian revolution
Adjustment of the secular Islamist role model (Turkey) to the ’Arab Spring’ : the relationship between the Arab uprisings and Turkey in the Turkish and world press
Aesthetics and transcendence in the Arab uprisings
After egypt : The limits and promise of online challenges to the authoritarian Arab state
Algeria : Democracy denied, and revived ?
Algeria : Revolution, army and political power
Alienation and rebellion in the Arab world
American and European responses to the Arab spring : What’s the big idea ?
An african spring in the making : Protest and voive across a continent
An alternative to the ’Turkish model’ for the emerging Arab democracies
An Arab spring
An era and its end : 9/11, the Arab world and the return of the subject
An initial perspective on the winter of discontent : the root causes of the egyptian revolution
An unfulfilled opportunity for reconciliation : Israel and turkey during the arab spring
Anarchist philosophy, civic traditions and the culture of arab revolutions
Arab fall or Arab winter ?
Arab revolutions and the Iranian uprising : Similarities and differences
Arab spring, Libyan liberation and the externally imposed democratic revolution
Arab uprising internal and external dimensions
Arab Uprisings, Armed Forces, and Civil-Military Relations
Art and the ’Arab Spring’ : Aesthetics of revolution in contemporary Tunisia
Athens in the Mediterranean ’movement of the piazzas’ Spontaneity in material and virtual public spaces
Authoritarianism, revolutions, armies and Arab regime transitions
Between caution and controversy : Lessons from the Gulf Arab states as (re-)emerging donors
Beyond conventional transitional justice : Egypt’s 2011 revolution and the absence of political will
Beyond the Democratic Wave in the Arab World : The Middle East’s Turko-Persian Future
Can Turkey’s state-religion relationship serve as a role model for emerging Arab regimes ? A critical assessment
Challenges for democracy in countries affected by the ’Arab Spring’
Changing behavior as a policy tool for enhancing food security
China and Middle East after the Arab Spring
China and the revolutions in the middle east and North Africa
Competing variables in Turkey’s multi-vector foreign policy
Constituting liberty, healing the nation : Revolutionary identity creation in the Arab World’s delayed 1989
Constitutional reforms in morocco : Between consensus and subaltern politics
Creative use of social media in the revolutions of Tunisia, Egypt & Libya
Cyber uprising : Al-Jazeera TV channel and the Egyptian uprising
Dealing With a ’New’ Grievance : Should Anticorruption Be Part of the Transitional Justice Agenda ?
Decolonizing the geographies of resistance : Imperialist cartography of the arab world
Democracy promotion and ODA : A comparative analysis
Democratic janissaries ? : Turkey’s role in the Arab spring
Democratization after the Arab Spring : The Case of Egypt’s Political Transition
Dis-Orienting Clusters of Civility
Does Arab spring mean the beginning of world system reconfiguration ?
Donors’ responses to Arab uprisings : Old medicine in new bottles ?
Egypt without Mubarak, Tunisia after Bin Ali : theory, history and the ’Arab Spring’
Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood and the January 25 Revolution : New political party, new circumstances
Engaged Anthropology in 2011 : A View from the Antipodes in a Turbulent Era
Escalation of social conflict during popular upheavals : Evidence from Bahrain
Europeanisation through Cooperation ? EU Democracy Promotion in Morocco and Tunisia
For the tyrant shall be no more : Reflections on and lessons from the arab spring in north africa the middle east and the civil rights and anti apartheid struggles
Foundations of Political Order in Emerging Democracies
Framing the Internet in the Arab Revolutions : Myth Meets Modernity
From Flying Carpets to No-Fly Zones : Libya’s Elusive Revolution(s), According to Ruth First, Hisham Matar, and the International Criminal Court
From the Arab Spring to Athens, From Occupy Wall Street to Moscow : Regional Accents and the Rhetorical Cartography of Power
Geopolitical Islam : Recalculating
Global warming and the Arab spring
Governance and territories in the arab mediterranean countries
Human security and the Arab Spring
In all or in part : A look at the unique states in the arab spring and their collective future
In the shadow of the ’Arab Spring’ : the fate of non-Muslims under Islamist rule
Introduction : The pulse of the Arab revolt
Introduction : Where do we stand ? New hopes, frustration and open wounds in Arab cities
Iraq and human rights
Is it all coming together ? Thoughts on urban studies and the present crisis : (23) the Greek crisis ?
Is the arab spring in the third wave of democratization : The case of syria and egypt
Is the arab spring israels winter : Strategic instability in the middle east
Israel and the Arab uprisings : A provisional analysis
Israel’s pessimistic view of the Arab spring
Jordan : Between the Arab Spring and the Gulf Cooperation Council
Jordan’s Arab Spring : The Middle Class and Anti-Revolution
Kingdom in Crisis ? The Arab Spring and Instability in Saudi Arabia
Law in the egyptian revolt
Let US change the world without taking power violently
Libya’s Revolution
Looking Beyond Spring for the Season : An African Perspective on the World Order after the Arab Revolt
Making Anew an Arab Regional Order ? On Poetry, Sex, and Revolution
Making sense of Turkish foreign policy in the Middle East under AKP
Media and the Arab uprisings of 2011 : Research notes
Mediterranean geographies of protest
Middle east turmoil and human rights : How will the ’New’ regimes rxpand civil liberties
Model, Event, Context : Globalization, Arab Social Movements, and the Modeling of Global Order
Modernist islamic political thought and the egyptian and tunisian revolutions of 2011
Monarchical pluralism or de-democratization : Actors and choices in jordan
Moving borders. European immigration policy and the multidimensional instability of the boundaries
Myths, realities, and lessons of the Arab spring
No friend of democratization : Europe’s role in the genesis of the ’Arab Spring’
No longer a bargain : Women, masculinity, and the Egyptian uprising
No revolutions without equality and justice : The struggle for women’s rights in rethinking development in the Arab Region
Oman : The forgotten corner of the arab spring
On ’cultural revolution’ and the Arab culture of revolution
One man, one vote, one time ? A model of democratization in the Middle East
Opposition cooperation and uprisings in the arab world
Orientalism, idealism, and realism : The United States and the ’Arab spring’
Pitched battles : The role of ultra soccer fans in the Arab spring
Playing to Lose ? Russia and the ’Arab Spring’
Political Islam in Morocco : Negotiating the Kingdom’s liberal space
Private military firms, the American precedent, and the Arab spring
Public opinion discourses on democratization in the Arab Middle East
Radical Changes in the Muslim World : Turkey, Iran, Egypt
Reconsidering the robustness of authoritarianism in the middle east : Lessons from the Arab spring
Reflections on the Arab revolutions
Requiem for the Baath Party : Struggle for change and freedom in Syria
Revolts in Syria : Tracking the Convergence Between Authoritarianism and Neoliberalism
Revolution, Occupation, and Love : The 2011 Year in Cultural Anthropology
Role of the New Media in the Arab Spring
Saudi Arabia : Local and regional challenges
Social media, mediation and the Arab revolutions
Society in cinema : Anticipating the revolution in egyptian fiction and movies
Some reflections on Manuel Castells’ book networks of outrage and hope. Social movements in the internet age
Spectators to Revolution : Western Audiences and the Arab Spring’s Rhetorical Consistency
States do not just fail and collapse : Rethinking states in the Middle East
Static imaginations and the possibilities of radical change : Reflecting on the Arab Spring
Strength and vulnerability after Egypt’s Arab Spring uprisings
Surfing the Democratic Tsunami in Morocco : Apolitical Society and the Reconfiguration of a Sustainable Authoritarian Regime
Syria : From ’authoritarian upgrading’ to revolution ?
Terror in and out of power
The ’Arab Spring’ in the historical perspectives of Middle East politics
The ’Arab Spring’ : Breaking the chains of authoritarianism and postponed democracy
The ’Arab Spring’ : The view from Tehran
The 2011 Arab uprisings and the persistence of orientalism
The 2011 uprisings in the Arab Middle East : Political change and geopolitical implications
The Arab ’demonstration’ effect and the revival of Arab unity in the Arab Spring
The arab revolution takes back the public space
The Arab revolutions ; the emergence of a new political subjectivity
The Arab Revolutions : A Preliminary Reading
The Arab Spring and the Saudi-Led Counterrevolution
The Arab Spring in North Africa : Origins and prospects
The Arab Spring Meets the Occupy Wall Street Movement : Examples of Changing Definitions of Citizenship in a Global World
The Arab Spring or How to Explain those Revolutionary Episodes ?
The Arab Spring uncoiled
The Arab Spring, the Eurozone Crisis and the Neighbourhood : A Region in Flux
The Arab spring : America’s search for relevancy
The Arab spring : Ideals of the Iranian green movement, methods of the Iranian revolution
The Arab Spring : Implications for Israeli security
The Arab Spring : Its Geostrategic Significance
The arab spring : Should turkey coordinate its foreign policy with the european union ?
The Arab Spring : U.S. Democracy Promotion in Egypt
The Arab Spring : Why the surprising similarities with the revolutionary wave of 1848 ?
The Arab Uprisings in Theoretical Perspective - An Introduction
The Arab uprisings two years on : Ideology, sectarianism and the changing balance of power in the Middle East
The Arab uprisings’ impact
The arab youth quake : implications on democratization and stability
The Arab youth revolution paradigm : Rights, freedom, responsibility, and transparency
The eclipse of Arab authoritarianism and the challenge of popular sovereignty
The Egyptian revolution : A triumph of poetry
The End of Authoritarian Rule and the Mythology of Tunisia under Ben Ali
The end of the libyan dictatorship : The uncertain transition
The ethical reasoning behind sustainable development : a paradoxical opportunity for the reform of developing countries
The EU and the arab spring : Between spectatorship and actorness
The facebook and twitter revolutions : Active participation in the 21st century
The GCC and the Arab Spring : A Tale of Double Standards
The Growing Influence of Al-Qaeda on the African Continent
The Hariri Political Dynasty after the Arab Spring
The ict impact on the arab revolution under the prism of the global political economy and the US-China relations
The Italian role in the Libyan spring revolution : Is it a shift from soft to hard power ?
The Living and Being of the Streets : Fanon and the Arab Uprisings
The logic of connective action : Digital media and the personalization of contentious politics
The making of a revolution in Tunisia
The mismeasure of Arabs : Culture and revolution
The Pessoptimist’s Arab revolution : A mismatch between social evolution and political revolution
The political crowd : Theorizing popular revolt in North Africa
The political economy of the Egyptian and Arab revolt
The precarious economics of Arab springs
The Question of Political Responsibility and the Foundation of the National Transitional Council for Libya
The rebel in the arab world : Toward democratization ? (The case of Tunisia and Egypt)
The revolutionary body politic : Preliminary thoughts on a neglected medium in the Arab Uprisings
The transformation of Turkey’s relations with the middle east : Illusion or awakening ?
The UAE, the ’Arab Spring’ and Different Types of Dissent
The uncertainties of change : The arab spring and al-qa’ida in the arabian peninsula
The USA, turkey, and the middle east : Continuities, challenges, and opportunities
The Winter of the Arab Spring in the Gulf Monarchies
There is no human right to democracy. But may we promote it anyway ?
Things fall apart : Dictatorships, development, and democracy in Africa
Time-bubbles of nationalism : Dynamics of solidarity ritual in lived time
Tipping the Balance Towards Intra-Maghreb Unity in Light of the Arab Spring
Transatlantic Democracy Promotion and the Arab Spring
Tunisia and the Critical Legal Theory of Dissensus
Tunisia’s Jasmine Revolution and the Arab Spring : Implications for International Intervention
Turkey and the Arab spring : Between ethics and self-interest
Turkey and the Gulf Cooperation Council
Turkey’s ’Demonstrative Effect’ and the Transformation of the Middle East
Turkish-Iranian competition after the Arab spring
Unrest and Change : Dispatches from the Frontline of a Class War in Egypt
Uprisings in ’Arab Streets’, Revolutions in ’Arab Minds’ ! A Provocation
Urban praxis and the Arab Spring : Beyond the pathological city ?
User-generated discontent convergence, polemology and dissent
War of Creative Destruction : The central tendency in the globalized Arab revolutions (a study in the formation of the future)
What really springs in the Arab World ? (Of the Arab Spring and Oil)
Whose awakening is it ? Youth and the geopolitics of civic engagement in the ’Arab Awakening’
Why did the Egyptian Middle Class March to Tahrir Square ?
Will the revolution be tweeted ? A conceptual framework for understanding the social media and the Arab Spring
Women and the arab revolts
Yemen fractures on the brink of civil war as Al-Qaeda gains ground
Yemen’s Arab Spring - Democratic Opening or Regime Maintenance ?
Youth and the revolution in Egypt : What kinship tells us
A lasting glow : Seizing the optimism of the Arab Spring
America and Egypt After the Uprisings
An Arab springtime ?
Arab revolts : Islamists arent coming
Arab revolutions and the study of middle eastern societies
Arab spring and the future of leadership in north africa
Arab spring or islamist winter ? : Three views
Arab spring : A partial awakening
Arab upheaval prompts concerns in Israel
Authoritarian Learning and Authoritarian Resilience : Regime Responses to the ’Arab Awakening’
Authoritarianism, revolution and democracy : Egypt and beyond
Can Tahrir Square Come to Tel Aviv ? Israel must forge a new Palestinian and regional strategy in response to the Arab Awakening.
Corruption and the arab spring
Design for revolution
Do the Post-Communist Transitions Offer Useful Lessons for the Arab Uprisings ?
Egypt at the crossroads. Egypt’s future : Three scenarios
Egypt’s Islamists : A cautionary tale
Europe and the Arab spring
Europe and the arab uprisings : Eu vision versus member state action
For america an arab winter
Free exchange : Arab spring cleaning
From the economic crisis to the political revolution ?
How Egyptian and Tunisian youth hacked the Arab Spring. Streetbook
Ideas can also kill : Five assumptions that uprisings in the Arab world have disproved
Illustrating the changing face of citizen action
Impact of Arab revolutions in the Maghreb. Appraisal and Prospects
In the Eye of the Storm Not gone, but caught with them : Israel’s view of the Arab Spring
Iran and the democratic struggle in the middle east
Is the New Middle East Stuck in Its Sectarian Past ? The Unspoken Dimension of the ’ Arab Spring’
Islamism after the arab spring
Islamist Parties Post-Arab Spring
Lessons from the Arab awakening of 2011
Libyan Election Breaks Arab Spring Pattern
Lines in the sand : Assad plays the sectarian card
Literature and revolution
Making sense of Syria
Making sense of the arab spring : Listening to the voices of middle eastern activists
Morocco and democratic transition : A reading of the constitutional amendments - their context and results
Neo-mamluk legitimacy and the arab spring
Neoconservatives and the Arab Spring On the potential blessings and lurking hazards of a much-hoped-for revolution
Nonviolent revolution in the Middle East
On One Forgotten Cause of the Arab Spring : The Lack of Economic Freedom
Political Opposition and Reform Coalitions in Jordan
Prospects for palestinian unity after the arab spring
Relating Turkey to the Middle East and North Africa : Arab Spring and the Turkish Experience
Rethinking popular sovereignty in light of the arab awakening
Revitalizing the rule of law : Examining the success of the arab spring
Revolution in the Arab world : Egypt and its challenges
Russia’s counter-revolutionary stance toward the arab spring
Sarkozy, the Mediterranean and the arab spring
Saudi Arabia : Change begins within the family
Symposium- Political Islam in the Arab Awakening : Who Are the Major Players ?
Syria... the road to where ?
Tahrir, Here ? The Influence of the Arab Uprisings on the Emergence of Occupy
The ’arab spring’ and the extraordinary influx of people who arrived in italy from North Africa
The ’Arab spring’ and the new geo-strategic environment in the middle east
The ’arab spring’ has toppled some despots and enriched the Arab political vocabulary. But what are its limits and what should western democracies do to help it achieve its objectives ?
The ’Turkish model’ : A view from damascus
The Arab awakening
The Arab revolt-putting the gulf into a global perspective : A question of confidence, friendship and trust
The Arab revolution is marching on : Arabs recover their dignity
The Arab revolutions for dignity
The arab spring - and winter - in Syria
The Arab spring and its implications for India
The Arab spring as seen through the prism of the 1979 Iranian revolution
The arab spring,digital youth and the challenges of education and work
The chance for change in the Arab world : Egypt’s uprising
The future of the Arab Spring : Best-case scenario, worst-case scenario
The International Dimension of the Arab Spring
The languages of the Arab revolutions
The pink hijab
The post-revolution Tunisian Constituent Assembly : controversy over powers and prerogatives
The resistance of those who desire not to be ruled
The road to Tahrir square
The socio-economic factors behind the Arab revolutions
The spring of hope and winter of despair
The Syrian Quagmire : What’s holding Turkey back ?
The tragedy of contradictions : The spring of the Arab peoples and the inevitable democracy
The Tunisian uprising and its larger implications for the Maghreb and, beyond
The unbearable lightness of authoritarianism : Lessons from the arab uprisings
To thine own self be true : Conflicting interpretations of the cultural and social implications of the ’Arab spring’
Turkey and the Arab spring
Turkish-Saudi Arabian relations during the Arab uprisings : Towards a strategic partnership ?
Understanding moroccan politics : Tools for assessing the impact of the arab spring
Whither the Arab spring ? 1989 or 1848 ?
Wikihistory : Did the leaks inspire the Arab Spring ?
Women’s rights activism in post-Jan25 Egypt : Combating the shadow of the first lady syndrome in the arab world
Women’s rights in Muslim societies : Lessons from the Moroccan experience
Workers and egypts january 25 revolution
Arab revolts and nation-state crisis
Globalizations Forum on Middle East Protests : Commentary
Paradox of Neoliberalism : Arab Spring’s Implications on North Korea
Rocking the Kasbah : Insurrectional Politics, the ’Arab Streets’, and Global Revolution in the 21st Century
The spark : Revolutions in Arab countries
The Arab Democratic Choice and the Palestinian Cause
The Yasmine and Midan Revolutions : A Sociological Reading
so the revolution won’t prematurely eat her children
Why did the Tunisian and Egyptian Revolutions Surprise Us ?
The Revolution of Pride and Freedom
The Protest Movements in the Arab Nation
Explaining the Disability of Democracy in the Arab Nation
The January Revolution in Egypt
The Egyption Revolution : Backgrounds and Beginnings
Tunis and Egypt : Questions after the Uprising
The Move to Democracy in the Arab State : Between Gradual reform and Revolutionary Effect
The Third Gulf Negotiations in regard to Yemeni Affairs
War on the Creative Chaos of Central tendency in the globalized Arab revoluitons
The Arab Spring a Perspective from the Gulf
Egyptian Foreign Policy after the January 25 Revolutions
Syria : Where to
Syria : Where to
The Legality of American and European Sanctions on Syria in International Law
Arab Political Movements : The beginning of a new social ontract
Egypt between Two Revolutions
Arab Spring towards an analysis of the reasons for succes and failure
The impact of Social Integration in the process of revolution ad its consequences
The Social Power for Revolution
The future of the Arab order an th regional and international positions of revolution
Common features of the Arab systems and dealing with the variable of revolution
The Arab Revolutions and Palestine : Reclaiming the nationalism or Islam ?
The Poetry of Mahmoud Darwish in the Arab Revolutions
How to Build a Democratic Tunisia : Transitional justice for the past and building organizations for the future
First Factors in Comparing the Revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia
The Party scene in Tunisia after 14 January 2011
The Arab Democratic Spring : The Exception Proves the Rule
Political Economics for Growth and Distribution : Egypt and Tunisia
The Arab Spring : Where to ?
The Spring of Arab Democratic Revolutions
The Arab Revolutions 2011 : initial historical comments
The Domestic and the Foreign in the Arab Revolutions
Comments on the Arab Revolution
Places and Bodies in the Arts of the Arab Revolutions
The Arab Revolutions between 2stages
Israeli Attitudes toward the Arab Revolutions
The United Nations and the Arab Revolutions
French Intellectuals Confront the Arab Revolutions
The Arab Revolutions : where to ?
America and Democratization in the Arab World
Arab Revolutions and Claiming Change
Factors in the Rise of the Arab Revolutions
Alsho3oobiya : Revitalizing Democracy or a Threat to it ?
Independence of the Maghreb and the issue of Democracy : The Habib Bourquiba Model
The Condition of the Arab Nations 2010-2011 Winds of Change
Evaluating the Tunisian Revolution for Success or Failure on the scale of Cultural Sociology
The New Birth of the Arab World
The Role of New Communications in the Political Changes in the Arab World
Digitalization and the Arab Spring in Jordan
Social Powers of the Revolution
No Freedom Without Equality
Grafitti in The Arab Revolutions
We are all Eyewitnesses : The Arab Spring in Pictures and Digital Wars
Arab Transitions in a Changing World and the triangle of Power in the Middle East
Russia and the Arab Spring : Constants and Variables
Armed Palestinian Factions between a dying peace proces and ignoring the lessons of the Arab Spring
The Revolution of 25 December/January 2011 in Egypt : An Attempt for Sociological Understanding
Protest Movements in the Arab World and the Recovery of Places
Are the peasants revolting ? Occupy wall street takes on the world
About the Arab Democratic Spring
Perspectives on the Final Verge of Revolution Experience in Tunis and Egypt
The Horizon of Terror and Amazement for the Arab Revolutions
Protest Movements in Tunisia
Will the Demographic Revolution turn into A Democratic Revolution ?
The Dangers of the entrance of Sectarianism into the Arab Revolutions
The Salafis and the Tunisian Revolution
The Arab Spring in Egypt : What came after the Revolution
The New Change in the Arab World
From ’Arab revolutions’ to the ’new revolution’ in Algeria
Spring and Arab revolutions : teh renewal of the separation of powers.
Washington facing the Arab revolutions
The Arab ’revolutions’
After the Arab revolutions : changing the paradigm in the Euro-mediterranean partnership
Arab revolutions : social justice revolutions and freedom
From September 11 to arab revolutions : the USA and the Middle East
Tunisia and Egypt voting. Revolution or restauration of the electoral sociology
Specilaized journalists and ’expertise’
Iran and Russia facing the Midde-Eastern crisis : between connivence and divergence
Authoritarian dispositif and political change. The cases of Egypt and Morocco
Qatar : strengths and weaknesses of activism
The disgrace of the chief. Arab popular mobilisations and crisis of leadership
Qatar : a geopolitical paradox and a geoeconomic anomaly
Crossed readings of an Arab world on the move
Power in teh city and the arab revolts in 2011
Hamas and Arab springs
Authoritarian and strategic legitimation in persic gulf in times of ’Arab spring’
On the complexity of revolts in teh Arab countries
Euro-Mediterranean policies in the light of the Arab spring
Arab spring, a surprise for Europe
2011 : An Arab springtime ?
Algeria facing the ’Arab spring’ : the equilibriu by the neutralisation of protests
Medias and public in Morocco
Ghannouchi, Jenni, the whale and the others…
Washington and the Near-East : a game of nuances
Libya of Kadhafi : essy of a prospective geopolitics of the conflict in Libya
The obsession of transversalism
Perls in Manama or the confessional territorialisation of political confrontation in Bahrein
Algeria, itinerary of 50 years of independence
This anonymous hero comes from very far. Its the whisper of societies...
The Arab revolts, second part and end...
Economic policy of institutionnal dynamics in the Arab world
The historical change of the Arab economies
the ’boom’ of seasons in the sahelo-saharian space. Proto-revolutions, desintegrations and sociopolitical reconfiguration
The complex routes of new Arab-Turkish relations
Democracy in the Arabo-muslim area
Arab revolutions : heroes but away
Arab spring : abeginning
Immediate history of the ’Arab spring’
’Arab Spring’ : between authoritarianism and democracy
When Arab spring redraws the Mediterranean
Do swallows bring spring ?
Israël and the Gulf countries : between Iran and Arab springs
Israël, the USA and Arab spring
The impact of Arab springs on petroleum industry and on markets
Arabe revolutions between change and remembrances
Egypt : revolution and civil society in the making
Tunisia : the doors of Chaos
The relations between associations and teh state as a key to understand teh Arab revolutions
Insustainable successions : political time in Tunisia of Bourguiba and the revolution
Egypt : massive strikes, public space of the opposition and insurgency of conscience
Historiography and historical timing in Maghreb after the Arab revolutions
An Arab spring ? the protestors emulation and its limits
Geography of social change in Egypt
Popular protests assaulting the authoritarian regimes : a ’revolution’ for the social sciences
Islamists facing the Arab spring and elections : a critical perspective
How to make a people ? The case of public protests in Tunisia
Is the people soluble in the constitution ? Lessons from Tunisa
Tunisian revolution : interactions between militants and mobilisation of social media
The margins reborn : Amazighs, Jews, Blacks. What revolution has changed in the ’small homogeneous country’ that was Tunisia
Egyptian political parties in the revolution
The Lybian ’Second Jamahiriyya’ : the failure of a survival strategy
’20 February’. Discourse and portraits of a protest in Morocco
(Mis)adventures of an opposing coalition : teh case of teh National Coordination for Change and Democracy in Algeria
Sahara : social protests and ’revolution’. The Maghreb’s dilemmas
Tunisia Year I : the future of transitions
Sahara on the move
Algeria 2010 : the army of thousand and one revolts
Kadhafi’s Lybia without civil society
End of regime and migrations in Libya. Legal consequences of a country in fire
Sovereign initiatives, partisan attentism and protest in Sahara : a year of political transition in Morocco
Chronicle of an (almost) announced revolution
Tunisian revolution and internet : the role of social media
Tunisian middle classes between myth and reality. Elements for an historical perspective
The ’Arab spring’ and the demands of Amazighs in Morocco. Analysis of territorial aspects and discourse on identity
Digital Arabs : the spring of the Arab web
’Arab Spring’ : the weigth of Muslim Brothers - their vision of the state and finance
Revolution, protest and insurrection in Libya (1969-2011)
Tunisia : the unfinished revolution


[1We need to change the wording of "us" to USA because the program thinks "us" is an empty word).

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