Eight Years On: Taking Stock of the Post-Arab Spring Landscape
Published December 10, 2018
25 min
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    Approaching the 8th anniversary of the uprisings that swept the region in what came to be known as the "Arab Spring," INSS research fellows Sarah Feuer and Orit Perlov sit down to take stock and review key elements of the region's current political, security, and economic landscapes. Surveying developments in Egypt, Libya, and Tunisia, Feuer and Perlov highlight noteworthy trends in the arenas of women's rights, electoral politics, and political Islam across the Middle East and North Africa. The researchers conclude by discussing some of the implications of the Arab Spring for Israel, addressing new threats and opportunities emerging from the tumult of 2011.
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