Week of November 27, 2011

Recent publications on Arab revolutions and uprisings

  • “The Big Think behind the Arab Spring,” by Marc Lynch (Foreign Policy, December 2, 2011).
  • “One Year One: Prospects for Arab Summer,” by Xan Smiley, (The Economist, November 30, 2011).
  • “Arab Uprisings: Elections Season,” edited by Marc Lynch (Project on Middle East Political Science, November 29, 2011). 
  • “Requiem for the Arab Spring” by Stephen Walt (Foreign Policy, November 28, 2011)
  • “The Arab’s Perpetual Spring,” by Daniel Wagner and Daniel Jackman, (The Journal of International Security Affairs, No. 21, Fall/ Winter 2011). [Print edition only]
  •  “The Politics of Youth Bulge: From Islamic Activism to Democratic Reform in the Middle East and North Africa,” by Leila Austin (The John Hopkins University, SAIS Review of International Affairs, Vol. xxxi, No. 2, 2011). [Print edition only]

Egypt

Syria

Tunisia

Yemen

Bahrain

Libya

EU and US Policies in the Middle East

Week of November 21, 2011

Recent publications on Arab revolutions and uprisings

Egypt

Syria

Qatar

Week of November 14, 2011

Recent publications on Arab revolutions and uprisings

Syria

Egypt

Morocco

Tunisia

Qatar

US or European Policies in the Middle East

Week of November 7, 2011

Recent publications on Arab revolutions and uprisings

Gulf States

  • “Bahrain Opposition No Pawn of Iran’s Mullahs, Shiite Leader Says,” by Eli Lake (The Daily Beast, November 10, 2011).
  • “Mediation and Qatari Foreign Policy,” by Mehran Kamrava (The Middle East Journal, Middle East Institute, Autumn 2011). [Print only]
  • “The Saudi Arabian Labor Force: A Comprehensive Statistical Portrait,” by Patrice Flynn (The Middle East Journal, Middle East Institute, Autumn 2011). [Print only]

Iraq

Egypt

Syria

Jordan

Israel or Palestine

Libya

Tunisia

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