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The new Arab revolt

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The new Arab revolt
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The new Arab revolt
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New Arab revolt : what happened, what it means, and what comes next
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  • Revolutions
  • Government, Resistance to
  • Middle East
  • Arab countries
  • Democratization
  • Islam and politics
  • United States
  • Middle East
Label
The new Arab revolt
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Publication
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"The volume includes seminal pieces from Foreign Affairs, ForeignAffairs.com, and CFR.org. In addition, major public statements by Barack Obama, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Hosni Mubarak, Muammar al-Qaddafi, and others are joined by Egyptian opposition writings and relevant primary source documents."--P. [4] of cover
Contents
  • Bernard Lewis
  • mythology of intervention : debating the lessons of history in Libya
  • Micah Zenko
  • Flight of the Valkyries? : what gender doesd and doesn't tell us about Operation Odyssey Dawn
  • Charli Carpenter
  • Qaddafi must go
  • Max Boot
  • Winning ugly in Libya : what the United States should learn from its war in Kosovo
  • Michael O'Hanlon
  • Will Libya become Obama's Iraq?
  • Meghan L. O'Sullivan
  • Adrift on the Nile : the limits of the opposition in Egypt
  • Prepared statement before the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate
  • Richard N. Haass
  • What it means and what comes next.
  • Demystifying the Arab Spring : parsing the differences between Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya
  • Lisa Anderson
  • Understanding the revolutions of 2011 : weakness and resilience on Middle Eastern autocracies
  • Jack A. Goldstone
  • The
  • heirs of Nasser : who will benefit from the Second Arab Revolution?
  • Michael Scott Doran
  • Steven A. Cook
  • The
  • rise of the Islamists : how Islamists will change politics, and vice versa
  • Shadi Hamid
  • Terrorism after the revolutions : how secular uprisings could help (or hurt) jihadists
  • Daniel Byman
  • Documents.
  • Remarks by President Barack Obama on a new beginning
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton's remarks to the Forum for the Future
  • The
  • last official address by Tunisian President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali
  • Is El Baradei Egypt's hero? Mohamed El Baradei and the chance for reform
  • The
  • last official address by Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak
  • Excerpts from Libyan Leaduer Muammar al-Qaddafi's televised address
  • Excerpts from the sermon of Shaykh Yusuf al-Qaradawi
  • Arab League resolution 7360 on the repercussions of the current events in Libya
  • UN Security Council resolution 1973, Libya
  • Remarks by President Barack Obama in Address to the nation on Libya
  • Joint statement by Nicholas Sarkozy and David Cameron on Libya
  • Excerpts from Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's speech before the Syrian People's Assembly, Damascus
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton's remarks at the gala dinner celebrating the U.S.-Islamic World Forum
  • Steven A. Cook
  • The
  • ice breaks up.
  • Morning in Tunisia : the frustrations of the Arab world boil over
  • Michele Penner Angrist
  • Letter from Cairo : the people's military in Egypt?
  • The
  • Eric Trager
  • The
  • U.S.-Egyptian breakup : Washington's limited options in Cairo
  • Steven A. Cook
  • The
  • Muslim Brotherhood after Mubarak : what the Brotherhood is and how it will shape the future
  • Carrie Rosefsky Wickham
  • Egypt's democratic mirage : how Cairo's authoritarian regime is adapting to preserve itself
  • Joshua Stacher
  • Overcoming fear and anxiety in Tel Aviv : how Israel can turn Egypt's unrest into an opportunity
  • past as prologue.
  • Aluf Benn
  • Mubarakism without Mubarak : why Egypt's military will not embrace democracy
  • Ellis Goldberg
  • Reflections on the revolution in Egypt
  • Richard N. Haass
  • Postcolonial time disorder : Egypt and the Middle East, stuck in the past
  • James D. Le Sueur
  • Egypt's constitutional ghosts : deciding the terms of Cairo's democratic transition
  • Nathan J. Brown
  • A
  • The
  • Tunisian solution for Egypt's military : why Egypt's military will not be able to govern
  • Clement M. Henry and Robert Springborg
  • The
  • fall of the pharoah : how Hosni Mubarak's reign came to an end
  • Dina Shehata
  • The
  • Black Swan of Cairo : how suppressing volatility makes the world less predictable and more dangerous
  • Nassim Nicholas Taleb and Mark Blyth
  • The
  • cracks spread.
  • sorrows of Egypt
  • Why Jordan is not a regional domino
  • Robert Danin
  • Green movement 2.0? How U.S. support could lead the opposition to victory
  • Geneive Abdo
  • Iran's protests and economic realities : interview with
  • Suzanne Maloney
  • The
  • Arab turmoil and Palestinians : interview with
  • Rashid I. Khalidi
  • Letter from San'a : Saleh on the edge
  • Fouad Ajami
  • Abdullah al-Qubati
  • Bahrain's Shia question : what the United States gets wrong about sectarianism
  • Kristin Smith Diwan
  • Rage comes to Baghdad : will Iraq's recent protests lead to revolt?
  • Raad Alkadiri
  • The
  • sturdy house that Assad built : why Damascus is not Cairo
  • Michael Bröning
  • Rageless in Riyadh : why th Al Saud Dynasty will remain
  • F. Gregory Gause III
  • Back to the bazaar
  • Syria's Assad no longer in vogue : what everyone got wrong about Bashar al-Assad
  • Tony Badran
  • Meanwhile in the Maghreb : have Algeria and Morocco avoided North Africa's unrest?
  • Azzedine Layachi
  • Bahrain's base politics : the Arab Spring and America's military bases
  • Alexander Cooley and Daniel H. Nexon
  • Let them eat bread : how food subsidies prevent (and provoke) revolutions in the Middle East
  • Annia Ciezadlo
  • Demographics of Arab protests : interview with
  • Ragui Assaad
  • Martun Indyk
  • Are the Mideast revolutions bad for women's rights?
  • Isobel Coleman
  • Intervention in Libya.
  • Our bargain with the new Gadhafi
  • Elliott Abrams
  • Libya's terra incognita : who and what will follow Qaddafi?
  • Frederic Wehrey
  • What intervention looks like : how the West can aid the Libyan rebels
  • Robert E. Hunter
  • The
  • Freedom and justice in the modern Middle East
  • folly of protection : is intervention against Qaddafi's regime legal and legitimate?
  • Michael W. Doyle
  • To the shores of Tripoli : why Operation Odyssey Dawn should not stop at Benghazi
  • Dirk Vandewalle
  • A
  • new lease on life for humanitarianism : how Operation Odyssey Dawn will revive RtoP
  • Stewart Patrick
  • In Libya, how Obama can end a mission that started badly
  • Gideon Rose
  • The
Control code
ocn726758924
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xvi, 480 p.
Isbn
9780876095003
Other physical details
map
System control number
(OCoLC)726758924
Label
The new Arab revolt
Publication
Note
"The volume includes seminal pieces from Foreign Affairs, ForeignAffairs.com, and CFR.org. In addition, major public statements by Barack Obama, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Hosni Mubarak, Muammar al-Qaddafi, and others are joined by Egyptian opposition writings and relevant primary source documents."--P. [4] of cover
Contents
  • Bernard Lewis
  • mythology of intervention : debating the lessons of history in Libya
  • Micah Zenko
  • Flight of the Valkyries? : what gender doesd and doesn't tell us about Operation Odyssey Dawn
  • Charli Carpenter
  • Qaddafi must go
  • Max Boot
  • Winning ugly in Libya : what the United States should learn from its war in Kosovo
  • Michael O'Hanlon
  • Will Libya become Obama's Iraq?
  • Meghan L. O'Sullivan
  • Adrift on the Nile : the limits of the opposition in Egypt
  • Prepared statement before the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate
  • Richard N. Haass
  • What it means and what comes next.
  • Demystifying the Arab Spring : parsing the differences between Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya
  • Lisa Anderson
  • Understanding the revolutions of 2011 : weakness and resilience on Middle Eastern autocracies
  • Jack A. Goldstone
  • The
  • heirs of Nasser : who will benefit from the Second Arab Revolution?
  • Michael Scott Doran
  • Steven A. Cook
  • The
  • rise of the Islamists : how Islamists will change politics, and vice versa
  • Shadi Hamid
  • Terrorism after the revolutions : how secular uprisings could help (or hurt) jihadists
  • Daniel Byman
  • Documents.
  • Remarks by President Barack Obama on a new beginning
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton's remarks to the Forum for the Future
  • The
  • last official address by Tunisian President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali
  • Is El Baradei Egypt's hero? Mohamed El Baradei and the chance for reform
  • The
  • last official address by Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak
  • Excerpts from Libyan Leaduer Muammar al-Qaddafi's televised address
  • Excerpts from the sermon of Shaykh Yusuf al-Qaradawi
  • Arab League resolution 7360 on the repercussions of the current events in Libya
  • UN Security Council resolution 1973, Libya
  • Remarks by President Barack Obama in Address to the nation on Libya
  • Joint statement by Nicholas Sarkozy and David Cameron on Libya
  • Excerpts from Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's speech before the Syrian People's Assembly, Damascus
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton's remarks at the gala dinner celebrating the U.S.-Islamic World Forum
  • Steven A. Cook
  • The
  • ice breaks up.
  • Morning in Tunisia : the frustrations of the Arab world boil over
  • Michele Penner Angrist
  • Letter from Cairo : the people's military in Egypt?
  • The
  • Eric Trager
  • The
  • U.S.-Egyptian breakup : Washington's limited options in Cairo
  • Steven A. Cook
  • The
  • Muslim Brotherhood after Mubarak : what the Brotherhood is and how it will shape the future
  • Carrie Rosefsky Wickham
  • Egypt's democratic mirage : how Cairo's authoritarian regime is adapting to preserve itself
  • Joshua Stacher
  • Overcoming fear and anxiety in Tel Aviv : how Israel can turn Egypt's unrest into an opportunity
  • past as prologue.
  • Aluf Benn
  • Mubarakism without Mubarak : why Egypt's military will not embrace democracy
  • Ellis Goldberg
  • Reflections on the revolution in Egypt
  • Richard N. Haass
  • Postcolonial time disorder : Egypt and the Middle East, stuck in the past
  • James D. Le Sueur
  • Egypt's constitutional ghosts : deciding the terms of Cairo's democratic transition
  • Nathan J. Brown
  • A
  • The
  • Tunisian solution for Egypt's military : why Egypt's military will not be able to govern
  • Clement M. Henry and Robert Springborg
  • The
  • fall of the pharoah : how Hosni Mubarak's reign came to an end
  • Dina Shehata
  • The
  • Black Swan of Cairo : how suppressing volatility makes the world less predictable and more dangerous
  • Nassim Nicholas Taleb and Mark Blyth
  • The
  • cracks spread.
  • sorrows of Egypt
  • Why Jordan is not a regional domino
  • Robert Danin
  • Green movement 2.0? How U.S. support could lead the opposition to victory
  • Geneive Abdo
  • Iran's protests and economic realities : interview with
  • Suzanne Maloney
  • The
  • Arab turmoil and Palestinians : interview with
  • Rashid I. Khalidi
  • Letter from San'a : Saleh on the edge
  • Fouad Ajami
  • Abdullah al-Qubati
  • Bahrain's Shia question : what the United States gets wrong about sectarianism
  • Kristin Smith Diwan
  • Rage comes to Baghdad : will Iraq's recent protests lead to revolt?
  • Raad Alkadiri
  • The
  • sturdy house that Assad built : why Damascus is not Cairo
  • Michael Bröning
  • Rageless in Riyadh : why th Al Saud Dynasty will remain
  • F. Gregory Gause III
  • Back to the bazaar
  • Syria's Assad no longer in vogue : what everyone got wrong about Bashar al-Assad
  • Tony Badran
  • Meanwhile in the Maghreb : have Algeria and Morocco avoided North Africa's unrest?
  • Azzedine Layachi
  • Bahrain's base politics : the Arab Spring and America's military bases
  • Alexander Cooley and Daniel H. Nexon
  • Let them eat bread : how food subsidies prevent (and provoke) revolutions in the Middle East
  • Annia Ciezadlo
  • Demographics of Arab protests : interview with
  • Ragui Assaad
  • Martun Indyk
  • Are the Mideast revolutions bad for women's rights?
  • Isobel Coleman
  • Intervention in Libya.
  • Our bargain with the new Gadhafi
  • Elliott Abrams
  • Libya's terra incognita : who and what will follow Qaddafi?
  • Frederic Wehrey
  • What intervention looks like : how the West can aid the Libyan rebels
  • Robert E. Hunter
  • The
  • Freedom and justice in the modern Middle East
  • folly of protection : is intervention against Qaddafi's regime legal and legitimate?
  • Michael W. Doyle
  • To the shores of Tripoli : why Operation Odyssey Dawn should not stop at Benghazi
  • Dirk Vandewalle
  • A
  • new lease on life for humanitarianism : how Operation Odyssey Dawn will revive RtoP
  • Stewart Patrick
  • In Libya, how Obama can end a mission that started badly
  • Gideon Rose
  • The
Control code
ocn726758924
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xvi, 480 p.
Isbn
9780876095003
Other physical details
map
System control number
(OCoLC)726758924

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