The Arab Uprising: The Unfinished Revolutions of the New Middle East.
In his book “The Arab Uprising: The Unfinished Revolutions of the New Middle East,” Marc Lynch highlights the events that lead to the Arab uprising. Moreover, the author looks at the unrest in the Islamic nations in North Africa and the Middle………….
Marc starts the book by looking at the factors that have fuelled the Arab uprising in the Middle East. One of the major factors that he emphasizes is the advancement in technology. With the introduction of the social media such as Facebook…………
Lynch goes ahead and explores the activists and the protest that were associated with the Pan-Arab nationalists. …………
Comparisons with other books
The comparison of the book is made to other books that include “The people want: a radicle Exploration of the Arab Uprising” by Gilbert Anchor. The two books highlight on matters pertaining the revolution that takes………….
The book by Lynch can also be compared with “The Invisible Arab: The Promise and Peril of the Arab Revolutions” by Marwan Bisharah. The book traces the roots of the Arab revolution. According to Bisharah, revolution is the key to liberating the Arab states from the chains of bad governance…..
In the end, Gaddafi and Mubarak are forcefully removed from power. The same story is told by Lynch in his book. He addresses the causes of revolution in Libya and Egypt, as well as the methods that the respective…….