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25 Mayo, 2017
por Felipe Sahagún
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Zuckerberg comes back to Harvard and…doctorates ¡with honours!

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24 Mayo, 2017
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Arab politics after the uprisings

Arab Politics beyond the Uprisings: Experiments in an Era of Resurgent Authoritarianism

Political experimentation and invention survive in unlikely places years after resurgent authoritarianism interrupted the Arab revolts. Despite violent conflict and state repression, attempts to build new institutions and ideologies continue outside the confines of traditional opposition politics.

In this volume, established researchers, new scholars, and active participants explore political initiatives in other realms: media, artists’ collectives, rebel enclaves, neighborhood councils, fledgling citizen campaigns, and elsewhere.

With rich ethnographic detail, these studies pay special attention to regional dynamics, cross-border learning, and the intellectual history of ideas central to the uprisings. They reveal an unresolved struggle between resilient authoritarian structures and alternative centers of political power.

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The last five years in the Middle East -how and why the Arab uprisings failed –@stevenacook‘s new book https://www.cfr.org/book/false-dawn  v @CFR