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The failure of strategic nonviolent action in Bahrain, Egypt, Libya and Syria: ‘political ju-jitsu’ in reverse
Global Change, Peace & Security
This article seeks to advance understanding of strategic nonviolent action through providing a more comprehensive assessment of the factors that may contribute towards the failure of nonviolent…
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PEOPLE POWER IN THE HOLY LAND: HOW POPULAR NONVIOLENT STRUGGLE CAN TRANSFORM THE ISRAELI- PALESTINIAN CONFLICT
Political Science 2003
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a human tragedy that has defied political settlement for more than 50 years. Officia...
Nonviolent Action and Its Misconceptions: Insights for Social Scientists
Prior to the wave of people power movements that erupted across the globe in the late twentieth century, scholars of soc...
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