Part of the Democratic Transition Studies series, The Arab Revolutions: The Constraints and Implications of Democratic Transition (880 p.p.) is a new publication by the ACRPS consisting of research presented at the conference Five Years Since the Arab Revolutions: The Constraints and Implications of Democratic Transition, held at the Centre in Beirut on 21-23 January 2016 in collaboration with the Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs, UAB.
The book consists of four sections: witness accounts and readings from the Arab revolutionary experience; new readings of the Arab revolutions and their transformations; the dilemma of the authoritarian state during the Arab revolutions; and economic and political changes. It includes 26 separate studies.
The first section offers testimonials and readings of the experience of the Arab revolutionary experience. The second section provides a re-reading of Arab revolutions and their condition. The third section looks at the dilemma of the authoritarian state in the experience of Arab revolutions. Finally, the fourth section explores socio-political transformations. The book explores numerous themes such as the impasse of the state, constitutionalization, fear of change, and military and civillian identies to name but a few.
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