Answer to Question #157107 in Political Science for Mohamad idris bin ishak

Question #157107

Compare the political development in the Arab World after the ‘Arab Spring’


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2021-01-22T08:38:35-0500

During the period between 2011 and 2012, the Arab Spring shaped the entire political scene of the Middle East and shook the authoritarian regimes with a lot of force. The period was marked with a lot of revolutionary protests that were defined by collective and contingent moments of hope ("Is the Arab World better off, five years after the Arab Spring?" 2016). The democrats and the activists in the Middle East mobilized people in the fight for reformation, dignity, and change.


Today, the same political challenges that faced the Middle East, characterized by authoritarian regimes still exist. Therefore, on a comparative basis, not much change was brought by the Arab Spring wave. The region is still immersed and stuck in regional stagnation, as well as stubborn leadership defined by dictatorship ("Is the Arab World better off, five years after the Arab Spring?," 2016). Most of the countries in the Middle East, led by Egypt are still under military rule, defined mainly by pluralism and opposition. Autocratic governments and civil wars are still the order of the day.

Reference

Is the Arab World better off, five years after the Arab Spring? (2016, May 19). The MacMillan Center. https://macmillan.yale.edu/news/arab-world-better-five-years-after-arab-spring

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