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    Arab Spring

    Two years ago, the West thought it recognised what was happening in the Arab world: people wanted democracy, and were having revolutions to make that point. Now, recent events in Egypt have left many open-mouthed. Why should the generals be welcomed back? Why should the same crowds who gathered in Tahrir Square to protest against […] More

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    Burj Al Arab and Burj Khalifa

    Nowadays, there are many skyscrapers in the Middle East that are built after the remarkable development in the region. The most famous urban city in the Middle East is Dubai which has lots and lots of beautiful buildings. Burj Al Arab and Burj Khalifa are most popular skyscrapers in Dubai. They have some similarities but […] More

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    Arab Spring: Reform and Transition of Political System

    The Arab Spring or revolutions started in 2010, in which a mass protest movement in overthrowing authoritarian regimes in some of Arab countries, which was a dangerous political change in Arab region has become known as the Arab Spring, a term Arab Spring given to the events that have overthrown some political regimes and presidents such […] More

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    The Study of Democratization and the Arab Spring

    The Arab Spring refers to the wave of protests and demonstrations which involved both violent and non-violent protests, civil wars and riots in the Arab World. This mainly occurred between December 2010 and mid-2012. Some of the main causes of the Arab spring are Arab Youth, Unemployment, Ageing Dictatorship, Corruption, social media and the contagion […] More