The Arab Spring

Charles (5) defines the Arab Spring as the series of revolutions characterized by protests and demonstrations that are currently taking place in the Arab world. The Arab Spring commenced on December 18, 2010 and has taken place in Egypt, Tunisia, Bahrain, Syria, Yemen, Algeria, Kuwait, Oman, Morocco, Saudi Arabia and Sudan. A notable trend associated […]

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League of Arab States

The Arab league was formed of six member states on the 22nd of March 1945. The main reason for the establishment of the league was to protect interests and sovereignty of each member state. Moreover, international influence, mainly British, pushed for the united Arab nations so that Arab countries could help different states in their […]

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Arab Female Writers

Everyone in the world has a free will if they have the determination to fulfill anything either in writing or in literary works. This paper majors on the Arab female writers and the variety of techniques and styles used in their writing. It also draws comparisons between the earlier ages Arab female writers and the […]

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Differences between Arab Nationalism and Political Islam

Arab national can be loosely be defined as a nationalist ideology designated for the purpose of accepting and acknowledging the achievements and glories of Arab civilization, language, culture and economy. Its core premise is that the common people of the Arab World, ranging from the Atlantic Ocean to the Arabian Sea, compose one nation joined […]

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The Arab Spring

The term “Arab spring” is a connotation used by both Khalidi and Rozenman in their articles in reference to the Arabs’ protests for democracy overtime. The articles are a response to the mass action taken by various Arabs worldwide after the throw of despondent rulers such as Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak, Yemen’s Ali Abdullah Saleh and […]

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