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Egypt & Iran: A Comparison of Two Mass Movements – Ali Ahmadi Motlagh (Mufta.org)

February 7, 2011 by

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Egypt & Iran: A Comparison of Two Mass Movements By Ali Ahmadi Motlagh* http://muftah.org/?p=751 The popular uprisings sweeping across Tunisia and Egypt have predictably led to a media frenzy, with numerous observers and commentators attempting to assess not only the immediate future of these nations, but also the long term impact of the upheavals on […]

Shocking Pictures and Video from Revolution in Egypt – We Are All Egyptian

February 4, 2011 by

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The following video was made by “We Are All Egyptian” and captures shocking pictures and video footage from anti-democratic forces in Egypt. Is this where our government’s $3 billion in military aid is going? I hope not.

Noam Chomsky on the Revolutions in the Middle East

February 4, 2011 by

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‘The Arab World Is on Fire’ By Noam Chomsky “The Arab world is on fire,” al-Jazeera reported on January 27, while throughout the region, Western allies “are quickly losing their influence.” The shock wave was set in motion by the dramatic uprising in Tunisia that drove out a Western-backed dictator, with reverberations especially in Egypt, […]

The Next Tunisias: Five Arab states That Are Ripe for Revolution (Foreign Policy)

January 20, 2011 by

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Interesting post on Arab states that might experience revolution. Of the five listed, I think Egypt is definitely going to be facing some major instability. Some related reading would be Jack Goldstone’s work in the theory of revolution which relies on a Malthusian framework. The Next Tunisias Five Arab states that are ripe for revolution. […]