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PROTESTERS CLASH with police in Bahrain during 2011 Arab Spring protests

Has the Arab Spring led to an Arab Winter? - opinion

There have been lots of attempts at democratic revolutions in the Arab world, but the good guys keep losing.

By GWYNNE DYER
19/12/2020

Did Arab leaders learn from the mistakes before the Arab Spring?

MIDDLE ISRAEL: The upheaval that was prematurely celebrated as a democratic outburst soon gave way to political regression, religious reaction, and international tragedy.

Was the Arab Spring a revolution?

A decade after the Arab Spring’s eruption, the jury is still out about its effects

Ten years on, anger in Tunisian town where 'Arab Spring' began

Many Tunisians look back on the events of 2010 and regret that their dreams remain unfulfilled.

By REUTERS
15/12/2020

What became of the 'Arab Spring'?

In Egypt, protests gathered momentum, and the army pulled its forces from the protests and Mubarak stepped down - to be tried in August on charges of abusing power and killing demonstrators.

By REUTERS
15/12/2020

What Netanyahu failed to learn from the Arab Spring

The history of the Arab Spring revolutions suggests that the recipe for regime change includes four essential ingredients.

By ELIE PODEH , ONN WINCKLER
06/08/2020

Hope and optimism should be key pillars of Israel’s foreign policy - opinion

While Israel has become a regional power with world-renowned defense and economic capabilities, many Israelis continue to feel the existential threat that marked our history.

26/07/2020

Sole success story from Arab Spring may be undermined by unemployment

Tunisia's revolution in troubled waters

By TARA KAVALER/THE MEDIA LINE
06/06/2020

Is Tunisia on the brink of a crisis?

The North African country was the one success story of the Arab Spring. It became a democracy and has not been taken over by hard-right Islamists or generals.

PROTESTERS CLASH with police in Bahrain during 2011 Arab Spring protests

Are the US racial protests similar to the Arab Spring?

The US case was a human rights issue, which aimed at social reforms, whereas in Tunisia, for instance, the uprising in 2011 demanded political, economic and social change.

By DIMA ABUMARIA/ THE MEDIA LINE
02/06/2020
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